Cleaner Cities with Smart Emissions

 

Join this webcast to see how the city of Nijmegen in the Netherlands uses Hexagon Smart M.Apps to provide real-time information for citizens, industry and government through the Smart Emission Network. Measurements from emission sensors installed around Nijmegen are collected and displayed graphically, based on their location and over time. The Smart Emission Network, based on Smart M.App technology, marks a starting point for discussing measures in the public space, and in working together on air and noise pollution. With the information provided, the sensor readings bring high value and insight to the participants in this Smart City project.

Webcast highlights:
  • Gain a quick real-time view of the current situation in the city including traffic data.
  • See a real-time view of current temperature, pressure, humidity, air quality readings, and sound level readings in the city.
  • Find out about a specific situation in relation to other sensors in the city or in the city as a whole.
  • Drill down in the data for a specific sensor and see how the air quality has evolved over time and compare it to other related data in the same time period.

Join us as we continue our IGNITE Winner Webcast Series on March 9th at 10 a.m. EST for a 30-minute webcast to find out how you can participate in the global discussion on air and noise pollution with an independent, low cost, plug-and-play sensor network. 

Smart Emission M.App – IGNITE Second Place Winner

Visualize sensor data and METEO data for both citizens and government, to facilitate urban planning around air and sound pollution.