Historical Air Quality Data, One Dataset, Infinite Ways To Tackle Air Pollution

Trustworthy, accurate, granular, and hyperlocal historical air quality data, collected from multiple satellites and validated to solve air pollution and minimize climate risks.

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Granular, Diversified & Global Multi-Species Data To Take Your Project Forward

The secret behind Gspatial’s hyperlocal historical pollen data is the scientifically validated data science techniques designed by best-in-class developers to exceed our clients’ every expectation.

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Pollutant Mapping

Satellite images combined with air quality data help map the regions specific to particular pollutants

Scientifically-Validated Datasets

Historical air quality data is validated with multiple sources to ensure its accuracy and minimize errors sources

Air Quality Index (AQI)

20+ years of historical AQI data available in street-by-street level granularity at an hourly frequency.

Global Coverage

Historical air quality data is available for all geo-tags across the globe and for all timelines in the past 20+ years.

Specific Parameter Insights

Along with historical AQI levels, the air quality data also offers intelligence for criteria air pollutants and other gases.

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Countless parameters to make sustainable and climate-conscious decisions.

AQI

Air Quality Index is a standard for measuring the severity of air pollution. It ranges from 0 to 500 under normal circumstances, where 0 is good and 500 is the high level of pollution.

SO2

A gaseous air pollutant made up of sulfur and oxygen. It is one of the major criteria air pollutants that is emitted from coal, oil, and diesel-burning.

PM1.0

Ultrafine atmospheric particulate matter (PM) with a diameter less than 1.0 micrometer. It’s toxic for humans in many ways as it can penetrate directly into the bloodstream, lungs and move to other organs easily.

PM10

Atmospheric particulate matter with a diameter of 10 micrometers. It is denser than PM2.5 and causes breathing issues when inhaled in high concentrations. It originates from fuel and coal burning.

Ozone

A major component in the atmosphere. It is comprised of three molecules of oxygen. It exacerbates the smog effect and is harmful to the lungs as it mixes with other toxic pollutants.

CO

Carbon monoxide is a clear gaseous pollutant with no odor. It is a toxic air pollutant often found in excess in areas where exhaust fumes and smoke is high. It is harmful to health as it binds itself to hemoglobin found in the blood.

PM2.5

Atmospheric particulate matter (PM) with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometers. It’s harmful as it is suspended in the air for a longer duration than other pollutants. It can exacerbate health issues as it penetrates into the lungs.

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