In Delhi-NCR, a Division Support System Tool (DSS) will be created to deal with the problem of air pollution, which will use Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Commission for Management of Air Quality (CAQM) in Delhi-NCR has started the process of formation of DSS. DSS will find the sources or causes of pollution in the area with the help of web, GIS and multi-model based tools and will also provide solutions to solve them by analyzing them.
After applying the solution, how much pollution has decreased, it will also be analyzed by analyzing which solution is effective. The Commission has given different responsibilities to the Indian Institute of Tropical Metrology (Indian Tropical Meteorology), IIT Delhi, NEERI and C-DAC Pune, to implement DSS.
Explain that the Union Environment Ministry had set up this commission in November for air quality management in Delhi-NCR and surrounding areas. This commission has been given a number of powers, including issuing guidelines, lodging complaints and preventing activities that cause or may increase air pollution.
It will also tell ‘how much pollution is happening to whom’
The Commission said in a statement on Friday that chemical transport model will be used to find out the sources of pollution in cities or their causes, ie the amount of chemicals in the air will be determined from which source How much pollution is happening Explain that in Delhi-NCR, these sources are the smoke emanating from industries, vehicles, power plants, houses and diesel powered generators, roads dust, stubble, smoke from the burning of garbage, dust blowing during construction work, Ammonia and landfill sites etc.
In Delhi came in ‘very bad’ category
According to new data released by the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the air quality fell into the ‘very poor’ category on Friday morning, a day after getting some relief from air pollution in Delhi. According to SAFAR estimates, air quality in several areas of the capital including Delhi University, Mathura Road and Indira Gandhi International Airport with air quality index (AQI) of 304, 304 and 301, respectively, were recorded in ‘extremely poor’ category .