Clarity makes it easier and more cost effective to measure air quality when and where you need it. Our comprehensive sensing-as-a-service subscription for each measurement point includes:
Calibration requires each device to be co-located with government reference equipment for several weeks before deployment in the field. Field data are manually calibrated and devices are repeatedly co-located for calibration profiles updates, resulting in a resource intensive process with high operational costs and limited ease of use.
Smart Calibration lowers the cost, labor, and time requirements for calibration, significantly simplifying the deployment process. A single Clarity device is co-located with government reference equipment for the project duration while the remaining devices are concurrently deployed in the field for real-time insights.
We have engaged in projects in 60 Cities across 30+ Countries with more than 20 government co-locations that help us validate our technology. To learn more, read about past and on-going projects on our blog.
We work with air quality regulatory and research agencies to validate our technology. Click on the Read our third party evaluation reports below.