Providing hyperlocalised air pollution data allowing cities to make informed life-saving decisions.
- Proprietary globally-scalable cloud platform (STORRM)
- Exemplars operating in Manchester and Jersey
- Covid-19 recovered patient app in development
- Experienced investor group and advisory council
The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 7 million die prematurely every year because of air pollution, and according to the World Bank, it costs the global economy more than $5 trillion annually in social & welfare costs, including $225 billion in lost income alone.
Airsensa is creating a big data platform with a hyperlocal and real-time monitoring capability to help cities and individuals make informed decisions on the basis of AI and machine learning analysis. We have completed two successful projects in Manchester and Jersey which proved our model.
AirSensa’s backbone is the proprietary STORRM cloud software platform. STORRM delivers scalability, analytics, automation, event management, machine learning and security across the networks. This is technology that is unique to AirSensa.
Real-time, granular, and continuous external air pollution monitoring, initially in developed countries, is among the first very substantial IoT applications. Collecting validated commercial data on external air pollution will generate continually updating datasets of considerable value.
Proprietary data will be produced, analyzed, and delivered on local, national, and international scales. We plan to monetise this through Data Sales, Data Licensing Fees, Report Sales, Subscription Fees, and Ad Revenue through our freemium applications.