In Poland and in the world is conducted air monitoring in order to care for the atmospheric air. Thus, it is possible to develop of appropriate plans of improvement air quality in certain areas. Unfortunately, the number of stationary equipment in large cities is usually insufficient. For example, in Warsaw under the State Environmental Monitoring, information on the concentrations of pollutants in the air provide only 8 automatic stations and 3 manual stations, of which only 5 stations belong to the Mazovia Voivodship Inspectorate for Environmental Protection. 11 monitoring stations in the metropolitan area of 517 km2, is the number that is not able to provide an accurate measurement of air quality. In the article, on the example of Warsaw, is presented the concept of mobile network devices for air monitoring, from which data could complement to those from the fixed stations. The article sets out the measured substances, estimated cost of mobile network devices, and the choice of means of transport to move measuring devices.