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Topic: Air Quality Data Monitoring

Are Low-Cost Sensors Reliable for Smoke Monitoring?
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on September 2, 2020

An increasing number of air quality data providers are making use of low-cost air pollution sensors for monitoring smoke travel during wildfire...

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BreezoMeter Wins Prestigious EU Horizon 2020 Grant to Advance Air Quality Research
By Ran Korber on February 20, 2020

Haifa, Israel –(BUSINESS WIRE) — BreezoMeter has won sought after funding & endorsement from the EU’s Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation programme....

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Air Quality Data Can Help Protect Children from Pollution Exposure
By Yair Giwnewer on September 5, 2019

Children can boost their mental and physical health by spending time outside, but with air pollution worsening near schools, local governments need...

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The Science Behind Environmental Data: Your Questions Answered
By Amalia Helen on July 18, 2019

As a leading environmental data company, we get a lot of questions about the information we provide at BreezoMeter and the sources we use to do it.

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BreezoMeter vs. Government Air Quality Data
By Ran Korber on September 20, 2018

Integrating air quality is intended to provide relevant information to users around the world. One of the best ways to ensure relevance is...

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What's the Problem with Low-cost Air Quality Sensors?
By Idit Lowenstein on June 28, 2018

As air pollution worldwide continues to invade the precious air that we breathe, we don’t just simply face the inconvenience of smoggy skies and...

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Why Air Quality Data Matters to The Future of Smart Cities
By Idit Lowenstein on April 25, 2018

Recently featured in Disruptor Daily as an expert and thought leader in the arena of Smart Cities, BreezoMeter's CEO and Co-Founder Ran Korber...

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8 Facts About BreezoMeter, Leader in Air Quality Data [Infographic]
By Ziv Lautman on June 21, 2017

Could 2017 be the year of air quality? About six months in, we’ve seen more interest from the press, brands, scientists, & individuals than ever...

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