Analyze historical data in the AirScape.

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Written by Siarhei Tamasheuski
Updated over a week ago

History helps you to understand trends along your regular routes, or the effects of local or regional incidents such as inter-continental dust passing through the local environment. You can see the isolated peaks of air pollution, and how they move with the wind speed and direction.

It also allows you to share the location and specific timestamp of anything that has concerned you. Tell your friends, neighbors, and local government representatives what’s happening so you can make a difference.

AirScape stores air quality data at the different aggregation levels from real-time (five minutes average) to overall (two years moving average). The History tab allows you to access all the stored air quality data and see what happened in the past.

The place card for the selected location would reflect the same moment in history as the one shown on the history map.

Time scales

There are five levels of aggregation available:

  • 5min - Instant values

  • 1h - Hourly averages

  • 6h - Six-hours averages

  • 1d - Daily averages

  • 1mo - Monthly averages

Date and time picker

Using the date and time picker, you can quickly jump to any available moment in history.


A timeline at the bottom of the map could be used to quickly scroll and click through the available periods of history.


Using the autoplay button, you can start an animation when the available history periods will be automatically displayed one by one on the map.

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