Several members of PlanetWatch’s team will be at this year’s edition of Urban Tech Forward, happening on the 27th and 28th of September in Warsaw, Poland. The event brings together cities, startups, and companies to explore urban sustainability using tech solutions.
On the 28th, Claudio Parrinello, PlanetWatch’s CEO, will deliver a keynote speech on the main stage – “Pollution hotspots in urban areas – pinpointing and acting on them” – at 11.15 AM.
PlanetWatch will introduce its hyperlocal air quality network and monitoring solutions to organizations interested in developing projects as well as to people that want to help us expand the network and become Planetwatchers.
If you are at the event, come by our booth (near Stage 2) to learn more about the products and how we can help your organization use air quality data.
You can also learn more about using the network or the benefits of building it alongside thousands of other Planetwatchers by clicking one of the images below.
About PlanetWatch:PlanetWatch is reinventing air quality monitoring, complementing unreliable traditional networks with cutting-edge technology and unprecedented scalability.
Our unique blockchain-based system incentivizes people to use air quality devices by rewarding them for their efforts. Through this joint approach, we are able to quickly and cost-effectively build a dense air quality monitoring network.
This allows us to collect accurate, real-time, hyperlocal data that a wide range of organizations can use for multiple purposes.
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