Clarity offers a full service ambient air quality monitoring infrastructure to offload the tedious and costly prerequisites of air quality management so you can focus on the important work.Request a Demo
Each air quality measurement point's annual data license covers everything you need to take action, including:
Self-powered Clarity Node-S air quality monitoring hardware measures pollutant levels
Data access via Clarity Dashboard, REST API, and Clarity OpenMap to visualize pollutant levels
Dedicated account manager for air quality monitoring project and data support
Clarity’s flagship particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen dioxide (NO₂) monitor is self-powered, FCC/CE certified, UV-resistant, and weatherproof. A truly self-sufficient IoT air quality monitoring system with solar harvesting, internal battery, and global cellular communications, the Clarity Node-S accommodates site-specific requirements according to the customer’s needs, not the other way around.
In fact, we’re so confident in the Node-S’s ability to amaze, our solution comes with free hardware replacements.
The Clarity Node-S measures PM₂.₅ and NO₂. Additionally, PM1, PM10, and tVOC measurements are available dependent on the project.
The Clarity Node is an alternative choice to the Node-S for indoor air quality monitoring or sites with power access and higher sampling frequency requirements.
Once the Node-S samples its first air quality measurements, the data are uploaded via 3G/4G LTE to the Clarity Cloud, where everything is processed and stored. Access pollutant data via the Clarity Dashboard and Clarity OpenMap web apps, or retrieve measurements and sensor data using Clarity’s REST API.
There are no extra costs associated with the Clarity Cloud. All cellular costs, data storage, and web app access are included in our service.
The Clarity Dashboard is a private air quality data visualization and management web app. Users log in with their unique account credentials to manage air quality monitors and view, plot, and download current and historical raw and calibrated data.
We take security, ownership, and democracy seriously at Clarity. Here are the four pillars of our data policy we will stand by no matter what.
Clarity does not “co-own” your data. You are the sole owner of your data.
We will never share your data with third parties without your consent.
No black boxes. Everything that your Node-S measures, you see.
If you choose to, make your data public on Clarity OpenMap for easy sharing.
We’re a people-first company. That means we’re with you every step of the way, from ideation to action.
Our project managers are air quality experts. Every project starts with an onboarding call with a dedicated environmental project manager to help you define a project plan and determine how to collect and leverage meaningful air quality data into impact.
When colocations are available, our white-box Remote Calibration eliminates the high operational costs of traditional sensor calibration with remotely calibrated data streams in real-time.
Our Remote Calibration technique has been designed to meet USEPA and European Union standards for assessing air sensor performance. Remote Calibration ensures that the calibrated data from your Clarity network meets the target values specified by USEPA and EU standards.
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Our responsive Support team is here to get all your questions answered.
In addition, our customer-only Clarity Knowledge Base is filled with how-to's and FAQs on everything there is to know about setting up and running an air quality monitoring network, Clarity's products, and understanding your data.