The Bosch Climo is a new pollution sensor from the Germany based technology brand that has been created in collaboration with Intel and officially unveiled at CES 2018. Created to offer vehicle companies and city officials with access to air quality data, the sensors would enable for better planning and policy to be put in place to help curb urban pollution.
The Bosch Climo works by being installed in a neighborhood and going to work to take readings on the 10 most common pollutants that are found in urban areas including nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide and more. This data is then seamlessly uploaded using over-the-air technology for policy makers and businesses to help figure out ways to decrease pollution where possible.
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