Air Quality Application Brochure 

Know What's in your Air

Air quality can be adversely affected by many sources, including transportation sources (e.g., cars, buses, trucks, planes, and trains), industrial sources (e.g., power plants, oil refineries, industrial facilities, and factories), natural sources (e.g., volcanoes and wildfires), and people’s activities (e.g., wood burning stoves and agricultural activities). Ideally air quality would be measured in multiple locations, including close to the source of pollution, but standard air quality monitoring stations provide data only at a regional scale and are expensive to deploy.

The NearSky smart city platform provides an affordable, easy to deploy solution for air quality monitoring. With the platform, which includes the NearSky 360 streetlight-mounted edge data processor, city officials can affordably and reliably monitor air quality conditions at various points across their city in real-time

Register here for access to detailed information on our air quality application.