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Topic: Air Quality Data Monitoring

International ‘Walk To School’ Month Sounds Alarm on Pollution Risk Near Schools
By Paul Walsh on October 18, 2021

Each year, International Walk to School Month encourages children and parents to forego regular commutes and use non-polluting travel methods instead...

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How Dust Storms Confuse Air Quality Reports
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on October 14, 2021

This week a massive dust storm stretched from the Sacramento Valley to the Mojave Desert, spreading large amounts of hazardous dust and sand. Here we...

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Why Should You Care About WHO’s New Air Quality Guidelines?
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on September 29, 2021

In September 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) formally updated its guidelines regarding air quality for the first time in 16 years. We want...

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Siemens Revolutionizes Smart Building Management with Environmental Data
By Daniel Leveson on August 31, 2021

By integrating real-time environmental intelligence into their cloud-based solution, Siemens adds considerable value to their Climatix IC platform,...

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BreezoMeter's Air Quality Forecast on India CNN News 18
By Daniel Leveson on August 15, 2021

Air quality data integration is becoming more commonplace, often complementing weather reporting. But a lot of air pollution is invisible, and...

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Is Air Quality Data a Priority for Your Roadmap? If Not Now, When!?
By Daniel Elkabetz on March 22, 2021

Most professionals we speak to understand the urgent consumer need for air quality insights, but occasionally we hear that air quality isn't a...

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BreezoMeter's Global Air Quality Index: Real-time & Street-level Data
By Amalia Helen on January 1, 2021

Our expert scientists and data specialists pioneered the world's first truly global air quality index (also referred to as the BAQI, or BreezoMeter...

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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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