Intel & Bosch: A Breath of Fresh Air
Intel and Bosch are helping cities analyze air pollution data to reduce urban power consumption, spread awareness of energy solutions, and make cities smarter and more connected.
The Future Lives in a City That Looks After Itself
Improving air quality is directly in line with Intel’s mission to improve the lives of every person on the planet, so we are pleased to announce the launch of the new Intel®-based Bosch Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System (MCMS). MCMS enables governments, industries and communities to measure, view, correlate, and analyze data from multiple spatially spread devices, set threshold limits for critical measurements, and effectively communicate the information to multiple stakeholders to make real-time air quality decisions.
Change Is in the Air
When it comes to smart cities, Intel is driving initiatives to help improve air quality and make cities smarter and cleaner for the next generation. With the help of partners like Bosch and their Micro-Climate Monitoring System, Intel is giving cities the power to analyze air quality data from all parts of a city in real time. Officials can then use those insights to power a variety of applications that result in big environmental changes.
The Intel-powered Bosch MCMS gathers, analyzes, and stores data and securely sends real-time alerts to computers and devices on ambient air quality.