BreezoMeter Announced Availability of Hyperlocal Air Quality Data on Apple Weather App
BreezoMeter, the go-to partner for integrating air quality and pollen data into products, technologies, and apps was established on the foundation to determine the air quality, to empower healthier, daily decision-making to improve the lives of billions. The need for determining air quality and related data has become imperative in the present times. According to the World Health Organization, 92% of the world’s population lives in areas where air quality levels exceed WHO limits. Nine out of ten people breathe polluted air each day, and 4.2 million premature deaths occur as a result of air pollution. It is also the fourth-largest threat to human health, behind high blood pressure, dietary risks, and smoking. The short-term and long-term exposure can harm sensitive groups with pre-existing respiratory or cardiovascular conditions.
Organizations such as BreezoMeter are helping us to determine air quality and improving lives of billions on a daily basis. And now, the company has announced the availability of its hyperlocal air quality data on the Apple Weather App.
The news comes as part of the new iOS update version 14.3. Apple users will now be able to view hyperlocal air quality data from BreezoMeter on the Apple Weather app. The data is recorded in real-time and reflects the users’ local air quality index (LAQI). It enables users to monitor air quality and take prompt action to reduce their exposure to air pollution. For additional information, users can visit BreezoMeter’s consumer website or can install the iOS app. The information covers Air quality map Pollutant Levels, Pollen levels, Health-related recommendations for sensitive populations, and Environmental forecast. The company’s hyperlocal air quality data is currently available in viewing locations in the US, UK, Germany, India, and Mexico.
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To represent air pollution, BreezoMeter adopts a multi-layer and multi-model approach to air quality reporting. It factors in multiple sources of air pollution like traffic patterns, millions of connected cars, satellite data, weather, active fire’s smoke models, meteorological information, models, and land cover in addition to the information provided by monitoring stations. It has also deployed highly-sophisticated algorithms and machine-learning techniques and information through a strict QA process to ensure accurate real-time information up to a resolution of five meters.
The company has partnered with some of the prominent names in industries to integrate air quality data into products, technologies, and apps, including Tata Motors, Daikin, AstraZeneca, Delos, WeatherBug, Dyson, L’Oreal, AccuWeather, Cisco, Motorola, Veolia, Mann+Hummel, amongst others.
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