Improving Air Quality for Citizen's Health and Well-Being
Third webinar in Green Electronic Council’s (GEC) five-part series, “Sustainable Disruption: Mobile Technology as a Force for Good,” supported by the GSMA.
Many municipalities have increased their efforts to measure air quality using networks of connected sensors that gather and send data. Using this data, public officials can map areas of high pollution, track changes over time, identify polluters, and analyze potential interventions. This webinar addresses how mobile networks are enabling communities to monitor their air quality and empowering them to take action to increase the health and well-being of citizens.
Christine Kendrick, Smart City PDX Coordinator/Air Quality Lead, City of Portland
Ruchi Verma, Global IoT Product Manager, Ericsson
Pedro Antonio de Alarcon Sanchez, Lead, Big Data for Social Good, Telefonica
Priyanka deSouza, Research Fellow, Senseable City Lab MIT