The air quality sensors of Breeze Technologies are monitoring all important air quality parameters in real-time. The data quality and accuracy of our sensors has been proven in reference studies.
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Our air quality sensors measure all common indicators of urban air quality.
When you are planning and implementing clean air measures in your city, it is important to have a full picture of the baseline situation and the impact of your clean air interventions. That is why our air quality sensors are equipped with sensing units for all common air pollution indicators by default. Our sensors are capable of measuring:
- Temperature (T)
- Humidity (RH)
- Carbon Monoxide (CO)
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Ammonia (NH3)
- Nitric Oxide (NO)
- Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
- Ozone (O3)
- Particulate Matter (PM10 and PM2.5)
- Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
You did not find the indicator that you are looking for? Together with our partners and customers, we also develop customised sensing solutions on request. Contact us for more information.
Air quality sensors allow you to achieve an arbitrarily high data density for perfect insights.
The Breeze air quality sensors and analytics suite enable you to achieve an arbitrarily high data resolution to create a foundation for completely new fields of applications. Our sensors are much smaller than traditional air quality monitoring equipment, averaging just 3.5 inches in diameter. Their form factor allows for easy installation in public spaces, at street lights and on city furniture.
Data is collected in real time, with data points available up to every 30 seconds. Potential problems can be identified as they arise with your city management able to react immediately to solve or mitigate the situation.
The Environmental Intelligence Cloud puts all relevant information at your fingertips.
The Breeze Environmental Intelligence Cloud is equipped with advanced algorithms for sensor calibration, predictive maintenance and data analytics. Here you have access to real-time and historic air quality data from your sensors, as well as additional insights like comparisons with national and international air quality thresholds.
- Geo information system (GIS) integration
- Historical and location-based analyses
- Data export (including CSV)
- Integration with other ICT systems through programming interfaces (APIs)
Engage citizens with the Breeze Air Quality Citizen Portal.
Optionally for every urban sensor deployment, the Breeze Air Quality Citizen Portal delivers citizens hyperlocal air quality data from their neighborhoods. Usual air quality monitoring stations are few and far between, lacking the necessary relevance for citizens. Our portal provides hyperlocal data, directly engaging citizens in caring about local air quality and their own role in improving it.
Find out more about the air quality in the places that matter most to you with the Breeze Air Quality Citizen Portal.
Developed by Breeze Technologies for the European Comission, the AQWidget is open source software that enables you to integrate real-time air quality information into any website.
Key benefits of hyperlocal urban air quality data
Environmental data is easily integrable in municipal management processes and helps to create more livable environments. In the future you will not only be able to recognize problems like traffic jams to initiate appropriate countermeasures. You can also analyze the impact urban development activities have on the urban climate, identify best practices and optimize your city layout. The possibilities are almost endless.
Integrate environmental data in urban planning processes to identify potential for optimisation, successes and local best practices
Air pollution dispersion can be geo-spatially analysed – even identifying individual polluters is sometimes possible
Citizen science initiatives activate citizens for climate protection activities – have citizens act as sensor hosts or participate in hackathons
Routing and traffic shaping based on air quality data to reduce overall pollution exposure in the cityscape, integration in public transport services
Showcase particularly good air quality to increase attractiveness in tourism and family settlement, as well as a tourism destination
Integrate air quality data in a horizontal smart city platform to create synergies with other urban data sources
Breeze Technologies is a European success story.
The pioneering startup has been established in 2015 thanks to a European-funded innovation and accelerator programme for smart cities. It has been named one of the EU’s most promising start-ups by the European Parliament. Breeze Technologies’ founder Robert Heinecke is part of the European Forbes 30 Under 30.