The Deliberating Performance Targets for Air Quality Sensors Workshop will solicit individual stakeholder views related to non-regulatory performance targets for sensors that measure fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and ozone in the United States. Through on-site and webinar discussions, national and international participants will address a range of technical issues involved in establishing performance targets for air sensor technologies. Discussion topics include:
- the state of technology with respect to sensor performance for various measures (e.g. limits of detection, linearity, interference, calibration, etc.);
- important attributes of sensor technology to include in a performance target and why;
- adoption of one set of performance targets for all non-regulatory purposes, versus a tiered approach for different sensor applications; and
- lessons learned from other countries about choices or trade-offs they’ve made or debated in establishing performance targets for measurement technologies.
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