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Introducing Clarity Modules

Our core technology — the Clarity Node-S — has been re-imagined and re-engineered to vastly expand the capabilities of our air quality monitoring solution.

With Clarity Modules, the Node-S is now a platform for scalable air quality measurements beyond particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide — helping you derive more complete air quality insights than ever before.

Introducing Clarity Modules

Our core technology — the Clarity Node-S — has been re-imagined and re-engineered to vastly expand the capabilities of our air quality monitoring solution.

With Clarity Modules, the Node-S is now a platform for scalable air quality measurements beyond particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide — helping you derive more complete air quality insights than ever before.

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Scalable air quality monitoring used in 65+ countries around the world

Explore featured customer projects using the interactive map below.

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Helsinki, Finland

The Finnish Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research used a network of Clarity Node-S sensors to develop a virtual sensor network capable of providing reliable air quality information.

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London, United Kingdom

In 2021, London installed more than 100 Clarity air sensors at London hospitals, schools, and other sensitive locations to complement existing high-quality reference-grade monitors and enable measurement of ambient air pollution at the neighborhood level.

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Paris, France

The City of Paris installed a 150-sensor network of Clarity Node-S to better understand air quality around schools in the French capital. Partial funding provided by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

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Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic

50 Clarity Node-S air quality monitors were installed in Bishkek to help improve public health and quality of life. The project, funded by the Asian Development Bank, seeks to improve air quality in the capital and areas around the city with significant pollution levels.

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Richmond, California

Groundwork Richmond installed a network of several dozen Node-S to monitor pollution from freeways and a nearby refinery with funding from the AB 617 Community Air Grants Program.

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Denver, Colorado

Clarity’s Node-S provides the DDPHE an affordable means of addressing community concerns and identifying hotspots, and has enabled the DDPHE to improve the resolution of their air quality monitoring network.

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San Francisco, California

Brightline Defense was awarded funding to deploy a network of 15 air quality monitoring devices in several San Francisco neighborhoods, which expanded to 19 because of increased community demand.

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Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles Unified School District deployed 200 Node-S sensors to create the largest air quality monitoring network of any school system in the United States.

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Ar-Rayyan, Qatar

A network of Clarity Node-S sensors was colocated with reference equipment at the Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute to provide air quality data for analysis and evaluate the potential for expansion of further indicative monitoring in Quatar.

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Manila, Philippines

Clarity deployed a pilot network of Clarity Node-S devices throughout Metro Manila in partnership with Clean Air Asia and the Environment Management Bureau (EMB) to demonstrate the potential for low-cost sensors to support improved air quality management practices.

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Bengaluru, India

A network of 30 Node-S air quality sensors was deployed at strategic locations frequented by vulnerable populations, with an emphasis on schools and hospitals. Project implemented by the GCHA & HEAL.

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Accra, Ghana

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Bogota, Colombia

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Brazzaville, Republic of Congo

A network of Clarity Node-S sensors was installed in collaboration between Columbia University & Marien Ngouabi University. They are some of the first air quality monitoring devices installed in the region and will help to better understand and characterize air quality.

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Jundiaí, Brazil

Monitoring will be performed with two Clarity Node-S, with funding provided through a donation from NB Capital Investimentos and Consultoria LTDA. The two monitoring stations that will be moved to different sites across the city.

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Perth, Australia

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Santiago, Chile

Insite has deployed a network of Node-S sensors in the vicinity of Santiago and are evaluating opportunities for further deployment.

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Sydney, Australia

Clean Air Schools Program: After a successful pilot program with UNSW, Clarity Nodes will be placed in classrooms and playgrounds to put accurate, real-time data at the fingertips of all Australians to enable them to make better decisions about their local environment and health.

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Waikato Region, New Zealand

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