Smart cities leverage technology to improve the performance of public services and to create huge economic benefits. Examples of these benefits can be improvements in air quality management, water management, waste management, parking, lighting and others.
Scentroid’s advance sensing technology allows smart cities to monitor multiple air quality parameters using an accurate yet compact monitoring station named Scentinal SL50. Scentinal can be configured with a variety of sensors to measure pollutants such as O3, NO2, SO2, PM 2,5,10, and noise, to near reference accuracy. The lower cost of the unit, minimal required maintenance, and compact form has allowed cities to deploy numerous Scentinals to better understand local pollutant levels.
Scentinal does not only collect data and send it to the cloud-based platform, but it uses its built-in high-performance computing, to bring artificial intelligence in any street corner to warn authorities of rising pollutant levels, possible sources, and even prediction of pollutant levels for the next 48 hours.
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