Air quality map

Heat map

Siarhei Tamasheuski avatar
Written by Siarhei Tamasheuski
Updated over a week ago

The AirScape heat map makes it easy to see complex air quality data at a glance. It allows you to analyse air quality based on the selected time scale and pollutant layer. It uses a vector heat map that consists of 10 levels indicating increasing levels of health concern. The outlines of these layers accurately and conveniently represent the air quality in that particular place and time.

Levels are grouped into five bands: Good, Moderate, Unhealthy, Very Unhealthy, and Hazardous. Each of the bands comes with advice for at-risk groups and the general population.

There are interactive elements on the map, such as sensors and places found through search. Specific air quality information is revealed in it's own place card.

Sensors sponsored by our partners are highlighted with their logos. If you would like to become one of our air quality ambassadors, please follow the link below.

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