900 3-min


Tracking air pollution & pollen is a complex challenge, so how do we do it? In this webinar, we dive into the science behind our own environmental intelligence.


We receive a lot of questions about our environmental intelligence and how we do what we do. In this unique scientific webinar, our Chief Scientist, Dr. Gabriela Adler, deep dives into the science behind our environmental data and answers these questions.


  • The complex behavior of air pollution and pollen

  • The challenges inherent to the calculation of real-time pollen and air quality levels, and how we overcome this.

  • Why accuracy matters and how we ensure the accuracy of our data

  • Common environmental data misconceptions set straight

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BreezoMeter Chief Scientist
Dr. Gabriela Adler
Dr. Gabriela Adler holds a Phd in Atmospheric Chemistry and Climatology from the Weizmann Institute of Science and previously worked at NOAA as a Research Scientist, focusing on the area of atmospheric measurement.

We chose BreezoMeter as our Air Quality data partner as they provide us with the most accurate, reliable data available, enabling us to spread awareness on pollution levels to people all over the world through our free air quality services Blueair Friend and AirView.

Blue Air

The impact of air pollution on patients is well evidenced. All of our apps now incorporate hyper-local air quality feeds from BreezoMeter to help patients with COPD, asthma, heart disease and diabetes plan their day.

My mhealth

BreezoMeter's real-time air quality and weather data enable HVAC professionals leveraging our cloud-based software to make informed and automated decisions for buildings. The benefits are reduced maintenance costs, increased filter efficiency as well as improved facility management through intelligent air control, all leading to higher workplace productivity.”