Breeze Technologies’ air quality sensors measure the most common air pollutants and climate indicators every 30 seconds (temperature, humidity, CO, CO2, PM2.5, PM10, NO, NO2, SO2, NH3, VOCs, O3). Data can be transmitted to the Breeze Environmental Analytics Cloud through various wireless standards, including WiFi, LTE and LoRa. The data is calibrated through the ground-breaking Adaptive
Cloud Calibration Engine, increasing data quality and accuracy.
Sensor data is checked, filtered and calibrated in real-time to increase data quality and accuracy. The calibration works on the basis of a neural network, including more than 30 different dimensions in correcting the data. In benchmarks, the system was able to achieve
90% accuracy compared to air quality monitoring equipment 1.000 times more expensive. The Environmental Analytics Cloud helps customers to interpret historic and real-time sensor data even without extensive knowledge in environmental sciences. Based on a catalogue of more than 3.500 known solutions and best practice examples, decision-makers are offered actionable insights on how to improve challenging air quality situations.