Air Quality Monitoring and Sustainability Technologies for Smart Cities

Increasing concerns about the negative impact of pollution on the health of citizens is driving accelerated deployment of air quality monitoring stations and a wider range of short term and long-term response modes, ranging from symptom fighting measures to ban polluting vehicles, emission zones, closed loop approaches rerouting traffic around pollution hotspots, and a push towards vehicle electrification. Key technology trends include mobile, portable, and wearable air quality sensors, air quality monitoring as a service business models, AI-based predictive analytics, and air quality data marketplaces, websites and applications.

This report includes market trends, case studies, vendor profiles, and forecasts. It also provides recommendations for technology vendors and city governments. 

Table of Contents

  • Relevance and Market Trends 
  • Air Quality Parameters 
  • Business Paradigms and Models 
  • Air Quality Sensors
    • Types 
    • Technical Implementation 
    • Forecasts 
  • Case Studies
    • Breathe London 
    • Dubai 
    • Helsinki 
    • Beijing 
    • Bangkok 
    • Leeds
  • Supplier Profiles
    • Bosch 
    • Nokia 
    • Siemens 
    • Plume Labs 
    • Atmotube  
    • T-Systems 
  • Air Quality Improvement and Prevention
    • Short-Term Measures
      • Bans 
      • Legislation: Emission Zones
    • Closed-Loop Solutions 
    • Structural Solutions
      • Electrification: 2/4 Wheel 
      • Renewable Energy/Zero Carbon Cities 
  • Recommendations
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Research Information

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Publish Date
2Q 2019
Code
PT-2252
Research Type
Application Analysis Report
Pages
32