Rajabhat University's executives joined in opening the International Operations Center for air quality measurement in Asia, Thailand. Under the cooperation-synergy between AiroTEC and the Environmental Research Institute NIER Korea, they announce that they are ready to cooperate in every aspect to provide clean air to the people.

On Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at 9:00 a.m., Professor Dr. Thanat Bunchai, Vice President of Chiang Mai Rajabhat University and Chairman of the AiroTEC Center presided over the opening ceremony of the Thailand Ground Measurement Laboratory, Building 13, 4th Floor, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University. Wiang Bua Campus Area To be used as an operational center for investigating and reducing the source of PM 2.5 dust in Chiang Mai Province. Under the air quality measurement project in Asia, NASA ASIA-AQ, which is a collaboration between the Asia Geo-Informatics Space Technology and Environmental Engineering Center for Good Air Quality (AiroTEC), Chiang Mai Rajabhat University and the National Environmental Research Institute of the Republic of Korea (NIER).
It was honored by Chiang Mai Rajabhat University administrators, administrators and the AiroTEC center team, representatives and researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Research of the Republic of Korea (NIER), researchers from Korea University, Republic of Korea, and researchers from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Republic of Korea, Researcher from Konkuk University, Republic of Korea, Engineer from APM Engineering Co.,Ltd, Republic of Korea Representatives of the National Astronomical Research Institute (Public Organization) NARIT and reporters from Thai PBS attended the event to promote sustainable clean air for people in Chiang Mai and nearby areas.

Photos and news by: Public Relations Team, AiroTEC Center, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University.