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New BreezoMeter App Checks Surrounding Air Quality

And BreezoMeter now offers an app on Apple’s iOS devices.

BrezoMeter co-founders Ran Korber and Emil Fisher

Israeli startup BreezoMeter offers an air quality monitoring platform for things like air pollution and pollen. It offers an app o iOS devices.

Founded in 2014 by CEO Ran Korber and CTO Emil Fisher, BreezoMeter calls itself the go-to partner for integrating air quality and pollen data into products, technologies, and apps. The company says that a wide range of industries, such as smart home, digital healthcare, fitness, cosmetics, automotive, and more, can easily integrate environmental information using its API.

Its tech offers a color-coded pollution map with street-level precision, pollen counts, forecast and historical data as well as a global, standardized air quality index to reduce confusion for worldwide brands.

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The company’s micro-local environmental intelligence can also be used by healthcare providers to better understand and influence patient behavior based on environmental hazards reported in real-time. BreezoMeter points out that 80-90% of health outcomes are impacted by social-related factors: Individual behavior, the environment & demographics.

HVAC and air purifier companies can also utilize their tech to for indoor air products so that the devices can better respond to the outdoor environment in real-time, thereby providing better quality of air people breathe.

The same is true for automobile manufacturers who can integrate this technology into their vehicles.

Now users of the Apple Weather app on iPhone will view hyperlocal air quality data from BreezoMeter. BreezoMeter’s hyperlocal air quality data is available when viewing locations in the US, UK, Germany, India, and Mexico. The data is reported in real time and reflects the user’s local air quality index (LAQI) and related health category, represented visually within the LAQI’s color scale. This allows users to monitor air quality and make immediate and informed decisions that reduce their exposure to air pollution.

Apple Blog Post Image BreezoMeter

And this month BreezoMeter was named a 2021 Global Cleantech 100 company by Cleantech Group. The 2021 Global Cleantech 100 is the 12th edition of the respected annual guide to the leading companies and themes in sustainable innovation. The question they sought to answer was “According to the world’s cleantech community, which 100 private companies today are most likely to make significant market impact over the next five to ten years?”

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