Monitoring urban air pollution
Air pollution, a major public health issue
In many urban environments, local air pollution has become a central issue. Even though urban air pollution mainly affected Western countries in the 1990s, respiratory allergies are now increasingly reported in the large urban areas of developing countries as well.
Forecasting air pollution to prevent respiratory distress
World Health Organization (WHO) – 2016.
This is even more important in developing countries, where medical care is not available to all and the risk of premature death is higher. However, in developing countries, local solutions to inform populations are often scarce. This is where WeatherForce steps in.
The custom Weatherforce app for worldwide air pollution alerts
The WeatherForce air pollution app focuses on atmospheric forecasts and can be used from any location on earth. It also integrates local data from private monitoring stations, when available.
The app is designed to fit the specific needs of local populations and inform them on declining air quality to safeguard their health. It’s very user-friendly and can be branded by city governments and local authorities which aim to provide an extra service to local inhabitants. WeatherForce apps can also be customized for industries, unions and health agencies to monitor local pollution peaks.
high precision technology every step of the way
information on air quality
smoke dispersion forecasts
Data from global digital weather forecasting models issued by ECMWF and Météo-France.
Expertise in local meteorology from the national weather service for forecasts and alerts.
Data processing to calculate air quality index an send notifications to local users.
24/7 secure mobile applications, SMS, web
National broadcasting relayed by local mobile operators