As part of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) AB617 Community Air Monitoring Program, Clarity deployed a network in San Francisco, California with Brightline Defense. The sensors are installed near the city’s SRO hotels to monitor how air pollution may be disproportionately affecting low-income communities.
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 PM₂.₅ and NO₂ and serves as a platform for additional modules such as Wind, Black Carbon, and Ozone
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