Emissions that pollute the air we breathe are also changing our climate, impacting human health, and creating multibillion-dollar financial risk across the economy.
To support bold action to reduce emissions, Aclima delivers environmental intelligence at unprecedented block-by-block resolution, locally and globally.
Our products and services provide government, industry, and communities transformative visibility into air pollution and climate emissions that accelerates action to protect public and planetary health.
Aclima deploys and manages region-wide sensor networks, integrating its mobile and stationary sensors to deliver air pollution and greenhouse gas data at unparalleled scale, resolution, quality and reliability.
Traditional approaches to measurement are expensive, produce low spatial resolution data, and are spread sparsely across geographies. Aclima has pioneered an entirely new way to measure block-by-block air quality across multiple pollutants and greenhouse gases, with over 100,000 times greater spatial resolution than traditional approaches.
Aclima has developed a novel approach to air quality measurement and analysis, that measures emissions at the scale of an entire city at unmatched speed. With its end-to-end platform, Aclima uses fleets of vehicles as a roving sensor network, feeding high quality data into refreshing baseline maps, with multiple passes on every single city street.
Aclima’s integrated hardware, software and data science platform is backed by years of R&D and validation, merging the latest technological advancements with rigorous science. The platform delivers hyperlocal measurement of a wide variety of environmental parameters, including air pollutants and climate changing emissions such as PM 2.5, black carbon, methane, ethane, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and nitric oxide.
Integrating data from Aclima’s network, stationary sensors, government and other third party sources, the platform generates rich insights for informed diagnosis and action. Our hyperlocal measurements add ground-truth to integrated data sets. This dynamic data feeds into Aclima’s cloud-based software, designed to support the needs of professional customers and members of the public.
Aclima networks stream millions of data points per day to our cloud-based software tools, providing a clear and accurate picture of the air around us. This gives users the critical information they need to diagnose and reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Aclima’s suite of software products translate complex data and science into powerful tools to drive action.
Aclima Pro is cloud-based software designed for regulators, governments, and industry. Subscribers have access to continually refreshing, hyperlocal air quality mapping data, data products, visualization and analytics tools, as well as integration with third party data.
Aclima Insights is a free tool for communities that makes air quality and climate science accessible. People can interact with and learn from hyperlocal air quality information, get engaged and take action to protect each other and the environment.
During her keynote at Collision from Home today, our co-founder and CEO Davida Herzl announced that Aclima and Google are making a massive air pollution dataset freely available to the scientific community. Over the course of four years, the two companies have together generated and aggregated more than 42 million hyperlocal air quality measurements throughout California.
Crystal Upperman, Ph.D., MPA, has joined Aclima as the new Senior Scientist to oversee the company’s efforts to integrate public health information and informed risk characterization into Aclima’s products. Her work will expand our capabilities to support customers’ environmental health, climate adaptation and mitigation efforts, and bring equity into decision making.
Together with our partners in New York, we’ll build a high-resolution, comprehensive picture of how people experience street-level air pollution this summer in Brooklyn. As we look to move from pandemic response to recovery, and from environmental injustice to equity, this new capability can help to prioritize resources and accelerate interventions that benefit everyone.