A Race to Develop Pollution Sensing Tech Plays Out in Oakland

A Race to Develop Pollution Sensing Tech Plays Out in Oakland

June 07, 2017

Google Street View cars with pollution sensors are mapping pollution in Oakland, block by block, joining another assortment of low-cost sensors monitoring a wider array of gases and particles from the roofs of schools, museums, and hospitals in the Bay Area. The latter effort, led by ETA's Ronald Cohen, is called BEACO2N (BErkeley Atmospheric CO2 Observation Network).

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Anna Vlasits