IoT for the Environment
Around 7 million people die ...
prematurely, every year, due to exposure to polluted air. This confirms that air pollution is currently the highest environmental health risk. Reducing air pollution is an efficient way to improve the health of the population.
Air pollution costs ...
to the global economy more than $5 trillion annually in welfare costs, with the most devastating damage in the most developed world
People do not know ...
how bad the air it breathes is, since a limited number of measuring stations do not allow a complete examination of air pollution.
We are making the invisible visible ...
... and help make the breathable unbreathable...
With a complete solution:
- Dense and distributed network of sensors for precise measurement of air quality
- Real-time, accurate, street-level air quality measurement with an intuitive system with analytics and predictions
...and visualizing air quality ...
First step to pollution-free cities
INCREASING PUBLIC AWARENESS of air protection and attracting citizens with modern web-based tools, forecasts and mobile applications (e.g. finding the healthiest outdoor exercise areas/times).
IDENTIFYING PROBLEMS by detecting sources of air pollution and generating real-time alarms when air quality drops below safety levels to act properly
PLANNING THE IMPROVEMENTS OF AIR QUALITY with advanced analytical tools and prediction models
ANALYSING THE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF THE AIR OF THE CITY by interventions and projects, with historical data, real-time analytics and advanced scientific reference models.Unidades remotas
AIR QUALITY SENSOR
Particle detector (PM2.5 and PM10)
GAS DETECTOR MODULE
Portable field instrument
Double Gas Chromatograph (DHGC)
Toxic gas detection
With remote connection to Communications networks
Continuous air monitoring
Possibility of multiple gas detection depending on the programmed configuration