According to the World Health Organization, the air in 30 cities worldwide was found to be the most polluted in 2016. The air in these cities contains high levels of dangerous particulate matter, small enough to enter the human bloodstream through the lungs—a problem that contributes to an estimated 7 million premature deaths each year.
Clean air equals to better environment, better life quality and higher productivity. Measuring, monitoring and maintaining clean air is a responsibility for all countries and governmental agencies in the world. Meeting clean-air standards requires an accurate measurement of air quality so we can be able to measure small industrial places to larger demographical areas, and so we can work to reduce the pollution in areas where the pollution is increasing. Combining Satellite data with ground sensor data for analyzing meta data and forecasting the outcome with high accuracy.