The impact of air pollution on humans
Air pollution is the world's largest environmental health risk, causing more than 7 million premature deaths each year.
More than 90% of the world's population is exposed to dangerous levels of air pollution.
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Cities around the world are pioneering the use of air quality monitoring stations to diagnose and understand pollution levels in densely populated areas. However, while they can collect substantial volumes of data, a scattered network of large devices often lacks the detailed information to make decisions at the district or neighborhood level where people are most affected.
AirNode and are designed to achieve a level of detail"street by streetof data collected by existing reference stations. These dense networks of sensors adhigh densityit's atlow cost, supported by real-time analytics, provide accurate information that can be used by local authorities, community groups and businesses in a variety of contexts, from managing traffic flow to enforcing clean air legislation.
Because the data is collected over long periods of time, it can be used as a basis for clean air strategies, investments in public transport, and identification of less polluted routes for pedestrians.
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Fybra is a 100% Italian company that improves air quality in enclosed spaces by exploiting natural ventilation. It uses advanced sensors and predictive and adaptive algorithms to guarantee healthiness, comfort and energy efficiency.
Urban air pollution is one of the greatest health risks worldwide, causing seven million premature deaths each year. To address this threat, many cities are experimenting with the use of air quality monitoring stations to address the harmful impact of pollution. But these large and expensive devices often lack the detailed information to make decisions at the neighborhood level where people are most affected.
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