California Wildfire

BUT WHAT IF THERE IS A WILDFIRE?... HOW BUSINESSES CAN DEAL WITH AIR QUALITY REPORTING CHALLENGES

Watch the on demand webinar to learn more about the science behind air quality reporting during wildfires. Ensure you know how to support your customers when it matters the most.

WHAT'S IN THE WEBINAR?

In our on demand webinar, BreezoMeter's Atmospheric Science Specialist, Yvonne Boose, will take us through the hardest-to-understand issues when reporting air quality during a wildfire.

Wildfire seasons are getting longer and more unpredictable. Even short-term exposure to this toxic smoke can be devastating from a health perspective. For businesses whose customers expect delivery of accurate air quality information, you cannot afford to get it wrong.

Luckily, we’ve got just the expert to talk you through it:

  • How Wildfires Impact Air Quality - Cost to consumers & businesses.
  • Reporting Challenges: Why many providers fail to report accurately during a wildfire 
  • Solving the Problem: Accurate Wildfire Reporting & Smoke Model
  • How to Safely Navigate around a Wildfire
  • Wildfire Readiness plan for Businesses

WHO IS THIS WEBINAR FOR?

  • Topics covered will be relevant to businesses and professionals across a range of industries whose customers benefit from environmental insights - whether via connected products or healthcare solutions.

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Meet the Speaker:

Dr Yvonne Boose
Atmospheric Science Specialist
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.
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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.”
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