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Air quality analyses

For air quality research, we use the Wynd Air Quality tracker device, which provides analyses of air quality scores between 1-100. Tracker can attach to clothes or other objects and analyses air while driving or walking around. This way, we get real live air quality data. 

Our research

Wynd Air Quality Tracker, learn more.

The device can monitor the quality of air in real-time within a specific area and rate it using a score system known as Wynd Score, which ranges from 1 to 100. The score is determined based on multiple factors that include levels of particles, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon dioxide (CO2), temperature, humidity, light, noise, PM10, PM2.5, PM1.0, pollen, dust, smog, and smoke. A higher score indicates better air quality.

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Melbourne, Australia

Measuring date: 01.02.2023

Score: 97

For humans: GOOD


Summary: An air quality score of 97 implies favorable conditions for human health and sets a constructive model for cities across the globe to strive for.


Dubai, United Arab Emirates Measuring date: 22.10.2022 Score: 75

For humans: Unhealthy


Summary: The air quality score of 75 in Dubai, which is considered unhealthy, can be attributed significantly to air pollution, emphasizing the necessity of taking measures to enhance air quality and preserve the well-being of the populace.

Sydney, Australia

Measuring date: 01.02.2023 Score: 95

For humans: GOOD


Summary: A score of 95 in terms of air quality is deemed satisfactory for human health and can serve as a standard for other cities to aim for.

Tallinn, Estonia

Measuring date: 01.12.2022 Score: 77

For humans: Unhealthy


Summary: An air quality score of 77 is considered to be harmful to human health and indicates the urgency for taking prompt measures to decrease air pollution and safeguard the well-being of the community.

Why do we need to solve the air pollution issue? 

Air pollution is a global problem that affects the health and well-being of millions of people worldwide. It is caused by various sources, including factories, transportation, and burning fossil fuels. To tackle this issue effectively, people need to work together and take collective action. Governments, businesses, and individuals must collaborate to implement policies and practices that reduce air pollution, such as using renewable energy sources, promoting public transportation, and adopting sustainable lifestyles. By working together, we can create a healthier and cleaner environment for ourselves and future generations.

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