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.
"We are very happy with the Dashboard — it makes it very easy to access and review data from our network."
"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."
"We don’t have a lot of staff time to spend setting up or fine-tuning this equipment — Clarity’s managed service model allows us to multiply the number of sensors in our network with minimal additional overhead on our end. We're going from six particulate matter monitors to more than 20 — with one placed in each local municipality — so we expect to have more granularity in looking at how smoke impacts people across our three-county jurisdiction."
"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."
“The Know Your Air Network provides us with vital air quality information that can be used to inform real-time decisions to protect the health and well-being of our school communities. This air quality sensor network is unparalleled in its size and scope, demonstrating Los Angeles Unified’s commitment to providing the safest learning environment for our students.”
"We couldn’t have done it with any other air quality monitoring solution. With their unique ability to operate off-grid, Clarity’s Node-S provided the ability to site our air quality monitors in the locations that mattered most to community members in Richmond. The data are reliable, real-time, and hyperlocal, and our network is now being used as a blueprint for AB 617, a landmark regulation that empowers communities to take control of air pollution."