The global network of air quality sensors providing reliable, real time local air quality data.
Tomáš Kabeláč Procuration
Martin Malčík CEO
of Perfect-Air is to improve people’s health by providing them with accurate local, real time data on air quality, to enable them to make informed decisions concerning their health.
The current air quality measuring systems are neither precise nor local but are based upon global measuring stations that are unable to provide local data. Also weather conditions such as humidity, windspeed and temperature can affect these current measuring systems.
As these systems are globally positioned, those areas farthest from the stations can record unreliable air quality results which affect people’s access to real time data and therefore their ability to make informed decisions concerning their health.
The Perfect-Air system is unique in that the personal measuring stations utilize machine learning and advanced algorithms to monitor all aspects of air quality including pollen, fire and dust particles (MP10 and MP 2.5) which can damage respiratory and cardiovascular systems. The system is unaffected by weather conditions as the special algorithms communicate with satellites which allows it to calculate-out these conditions.
The personal stations continually record, calibrate and update the incoming satellite data to allow the Perfect-Air software to provide the most sensitive local air quality data worldwide.
The Perfect-Air system is so sensitive that air quality data in, for example two neighboring gardens, can show different air quality results.
The technology behind Perfect-Air is based on all the personal stations communicating and many other resources to create a unique site map providing air quality data which in turn makes for a healthier lifestyle.
The real-time precise data map is expanding all the time as more station come on-line and the Beta version of the map is currently free to use. The smart stations are also utilizing IoT technology to maintain the leader status in this field.
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