How Smart Cities Can Leverage Data Technology to Improve Air Quality

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        In the wake of the pandemic it is more important than ever to invest in research to improve our understanding of the link between air quality and health so that we can take steps to protect ourselves from future pandemics.Lots of people want better air quality so cities might need better data on air quality to make new decisions about policy.

        Fortunately the past five years have seen significant progress in air quality monitoring for smart cities.Smart cities should follow the guidelines outlined below when capturing air quality data: In order to improve air quality cities need to have better data resolution.This means that cities need to measure the air quality at many different locations instead of just a few.

        In recent years sensors that can measure air quality in real-time have been developed.As cities wrestle with the problem of air pollution some are looking to cutting-edge technology for help.Air quality sensors are becoming increasingly commonplace providing valuable data on local conditions.Environmental data companies are now using fluid dynamics models to fill in these gaps and predict air quality for any point.However it is an inexpensive option that could be used in conjunction with other methods to improve air quality data.

        2.Measure ROI of air quality sensors Air quality monitoring is an important tool for cities to protect public health but the question of how to pay for it can be difficult to answer.There are many different air quality measurement technologies available and each has its own benefits and drawbacks.Whatever the method of financing it is important that cities invest in air quality monitoring to protect public health and improve air quality.In addition improving air quality would also lead to better health outcomes for residents which would also reduce healthcare costs.As cities continue to grapple with the effects of air pollution it is important to consider both the human and economic costs of this public health crisis.

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