Dreams guide us, turn into goals and guide us in trying to achieve them
A moral objective
When we thought about the problem of pollution, we realized how vastthis topic was. We thought about the climate, the current events andasked ourselves what the starting point for change might be.
Another fact on which we meditated was the attribution “faults” on air pollution. In fact, the causes of this phenomenon are both natural and artificial and the various pollutants that we find in he atmosphere are countless. Equally numerous are the consequencesthat each pollutant carries with it.
So then we realized that we had to devise some control system that could quickly give us information on any type of emission characterizing the pollutants emitted, trying to determine their concentration and predict their displacement in the atmosphere.
The device has to be able to intervene in various situations to determine the concentration of various pollutants even at high altitudes. This to predict a model of relapse and think about mitigation solutions.
Think of a volcanic eruption or an accidental spillage of chemicals into the air. Both are two phenomena that need to be studied carefully and with some urgency.
At this point we thought about what the symbol of our project mightbe. What could match our goals and ideas? Immediately we thought of that series of pollutants, both natural and artificial, that go to impact heavily on the atmosphere causing a chain reaction: CFCs and compounds that deplete the ozone layer.
Perhaps the name “Ozone” was too specific and so we thought of detaching it to give birth to “O-Zone”, which means “oxygen zone”. Everything seemed fantastic to us, oxygen means “clean air to breathe”, clean air means LIFE.