The Sensordrone is a small gadget that\u00a0attaches to\u00a0a keychain, and it's crammed with a variety of sensors that can help monitor the environment around you.\u00a0Data captured by the sensors is transmitted via Bluetooth to an Android\u00a0smartphone or tablet, where it is analysed and interpreted by associated mobile applications. According to the team behind this new Kickstarter project, Sensordrone\u00a0has more sensors than \u201canything else available." And it should become officially available in the fall of 2012.\n\n\n\tThe Sensordrone has a total of 12 sensors, including a precision electrochemical-gas sensor that measures carbon monoxide levels. The gas sensor can also be used to measure alcohol levels, hydrogen, oxidizing gases such as chlorine, ozone, methane, propane and other hydrocarbons. The gadget also has a non-contact thermometer and pressure sensor, as well as digital and analog interfaces for connecting external devices to add additional functionalities.\n\n\n\tSome of the potential uses for the Sensordrone:\n\n\n\tSensordrone mobile apps will be open source, and the manufacturer plans to release API and sample code for developers. The Sensordrone is designed to work with Android devices initially, but it could be released for iOS, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone platforms in the future.\n\n\n\tThe Sensordrone will cost $199, but it will be available for a limited time for $175 when it's first released. (Add $15 for international shipments). The final product is expected to ship in October 2012. Currently more than 500 people have signed up to fund the project and purchase a Sensordrone.\n\n Check out the project\u2019s Kickstarter page here or the product page here.