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Breeze Technologies selected for long-term deployment of wildfire and air quality sensors by US Department of Homeland Security S&T

Washington and Hamburg. After previous laboratory and field tests of Breeze's air quality sensors and its connected wildfire detection capabilities, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has…
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Everything to know about Particulate Matter (PM)

Particulate matter (PM) is a common air pollutant harmful to human health that is recognized for monitoring and mitigating by the World Health Organization and Breeze Technologies. Read on to find out more. What is particulate matter? Particulate…
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Breeze Technologies at the 17th International Conference on Automatic Fire Detection

From 21 – 23 September 2021, Duisburg was host for the International Conference on Automatic Fire Detection (AUBE) and the Suppression Detection and Research and Application Conference (SUPDET). The 17th iteration of the conferences was organized…
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German Ministry for Transportation and Infrastructure supports real-time air quality data

The following press release is only available in German: Projektauftakt von InterLuft – mit smarten Algorithmen die Luftqualität bestimmen Hamburg, 28.09.2021. Das Hamburger Start-up Breeze Technologies wird bei der Entwicklung von Algorithmen…
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The new 2021 WHO air quality guideline limits

The World Health Organization (WHO) has tightened its air quality guidelines on Wednesday, 22 September 2021. This was the WHO's first adjustment of its recommendations on particulate matter, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and carbon…
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Breeze Technologies partner of the Hamburg Climate Week for 6th time in a row

Hamburg. For the sixth time in a row, Breeze Technologies is a partner of the Hamburg Climate Week. Like every year, the startup's environmental science division is organizing a workshop for a local class of students. Haris Sefo, Head of Science…
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How Disneyland reduced the emissions from their fireworks

Disneyland, “The Happiest Place on Earth”, is renowned for its brilliant firework shows that run almost nightly year-round. As beautiful as they are, however, fireworks are notorious air polluters. Disneyland has received numerous smoke…
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Everything to know about Ozone (O3)

Ozone (O3), specifically at the ground level, is a common air pollutant recognized by many standard air quality guidelines, including the World Health Organization’s. At Breeze Technologies, ground-level ozone is among the many pollutants…
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Everything to know about Ammonia (NH3)

Ammonia (NH3) is a common air pollutant. Despite it not being included in many standard air quality guidelines, such as the World Health Organization’s, we at Breeze Technologies consider it vital to be monitored. Our sensors are thus calibrated…
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How has air quality in Germany changed in the last 40 years?

Post-World War II in 1945 saw Germany divided into four zones by the Americans, the British, the French, and the Soviets. The western two-thirds of Germany, known as the Federal Republic of Germany (unofficially: FRG), consisted of the American,…
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Air pollution – How to convert between mg/m3, µg/m3 and ppm, ppb

When it comes to determining the concentration of air pollutants in the atmosphere, the units of measurement one would typically see are either mg/m3, µg/m3, ppm, or ppb. These are used in air quality thresholds and air quality indexes to help…
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How much does air pollution cost society?

Air pollution is Earth’s greatest environmental health threat, killing approximately 7 million worldwide every year. According to the WHO, 9 out of 10 people breathe air that exceeds their guidelines, with developing countries experiencing…