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Ethel Garcia, Account Manager in South East Asia

Regional Account Manager
Asia & Oceania

Sean Wihera, VP, Business Development and Partnerships

VP, Business Development & Partnerships
North & South America

Lee Swanson, account representative in Europe

Regional Account Manager
Europe & Africa

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Trusted by governments, communities, and businesses in 70+ countries around the world

Why Sensing-as-a-Service℠ for air pollution monitoring?

No separate software purchase. No add-on warranties. No unexpected expenses.
With one upfront service, we’re giving you the affordability, flexibility, and autonomy to eliminate all of your air quality blind spots.

Hardware -
Hardware

Easily deployed air monitoring devices

Self-powered Clarity Node-S air quality monitoring hardware measures PM2.5 and NO2 and serves as a platform for additional modules that measure Wind, Black Carbon, and Ozone.

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Clarity's user friendly air quality management dashboard - Learn more
Cloud

Cloud data management & visualization

Air quality measurements and air sensor network status are easily accessible in real-time via Clarity’s user-friendly Dashboard, REST API, and OpenMap.

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Dedicated Environmental Project Manager to help you with your Air Quality Management project. Learn more.
Support

Expert air quality project support

An experienced Environmental Project Manager to help you define a project plan and guide you through Collocation and Calibration of your devices.

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Proven success with air quality monitoring

Eddie Ahn

Executive Director, Brightline Defense

"Air quality is a hidden issue in the sense that it's become so embedded in aspects of urban life in San Francisco. It can be a challenge for residents who have been living in the neighborhood for a long time to articulate what their air quality issues are. Some have just accepted it as a way of life.”

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Michael Ogletree

Air Quality Technical Services Program Manager at the DDPHE

"Clarity provided an off-the-shelf solution that was easy to deploy. Clarity Nodes are easy to set up and after reviewing a co-location we had in place, the data was in line with our expectations. The flexibility in changing the data capture rate was key — I was able to remotely configure the nodes to collect data at a higher or lower resolution as needed."

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Adrian Rehn

Project Leader, Valley Vision

“We're a nonprofit, so we don't have a ton of capacity to mess around with tech. Clarity devices are easy to deploy and solar-powered, so you can put them in parks, on rooftops, wherever — and they just work. We can focus on working with our community members.”


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Bolat Amirgaliyev

Head of Environment Division, EcoAlmaty

"Today we have 50 Clarity sensors in Almaty that provide us with online data on the type of particles and pollution in different parts of the city. Thanks to these sensors, we can plan environmental measures in Almaty.”

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William Chevalier

Supervising Air Monitoring Specialist, Monterey Bay Air Resources District

"We were excited when we saw what Clarity was offering — it works very nicely for our objectives with the wildfire air monitoring network. We liked that Clarity’s sensors are very quick to install and very easy to use, thanks to the native solar panel and cellular antenna. Not having to use somebody else's WiFI in a remote location is great — that had been a major issue for us with several projects.”

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Ken Burkhart

Superintendent/Principal, Pope Valley USD

“We chose Clarity because they provided up-to-date, local, scientifically-backed, and relevant data to make decisions about whether to keep students inside. Because of the geography and demographics in our county, the official air monitoring stations are about an hour away with hills in between, providing irrelevant data. We would have poor air quality and the official stations would be cleared; or the official stations would show heavy particulate levels and we would have clean air."

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