This paper aims to propose a methodological framework tool for a quantitative
evaluation of the wireless outdoor individual exposure indicator system
prototype. A systematic search was conducted in major electronic databases
(MEDLINE, Web of Science, Google), grey literature sources and all relevant data
in the field. A three-stage framework consisting of simulation real-time
monitoring, in-field testing, and usability testing is assembled. The three stage
framework proposed serves as a generic approach for evaluating the prototype
with the purpose of tracking individual outdoor exposure. The method is
capable of describing the complete evaluation process, from the accuracy and
performance of the sensor to the extent of the end-user experience. Using the
three-stage approach, future researchers may be able to create a monitoring
system that is relevant to their needs.

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