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.
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
"We wanted a network that would get real-time data out to the public immediately and show air quality changes in real-time — which we had been unable to do with our network of reference-grade equipment alone."
"Having the sensor on site is great for our school and a nice service to offer our surrounding community. Our device went in about 3 years ago and is working great! It is so important for us to know our air quality. Whenever it hits unhealthy levels, we keep our students inside. The data is available right on my phone, so I can check it ahead of recess and make a real-time decision on whether to send students outside or keep them on an indoor activity schedule when air quality is over the threshold. "
"Clarity’s commitment to collaborating with leading research institutions across the world has enhanced the potential for the research, development, and deployment of environmental monitoring for the benefit of society."
"Clarity was our first-choice air quality monitoring provider for several reasons. We enjoyed working with the Clarity team - they are highly knowledgeable and always responsive. The Node-S devices themselves are also incredibly resilient, which was especially important for us when deploying the monitors in emergency conditions during the wildfire events this past year."
“Addressing community concerns and improving public health are the primary goals of any air quality program. The Clarity Nodes we have deployed are placed near sensitive populations and projects as a way of better protecting the health of our residents and better informing our decisions around air quality.”
"Having real-time, very hyper-local data about the air quality where you are spending your time has great potential to impact people, in terms of the decisions they make, but also in terms of making that connection between the environment and health."