SensorComm Applied sciences to conduct IoT pilot program monitoring real-time automobile emissions in Coachella Valley
SensorComm Applied sciences acquired an award via the CASCADE Innovation Program, managed by Coachella Valley Financial Partnership (“CVEP”), to conduct an Web of Issues-based (IoT) emissions monitoring pilot program inside the Coachella Valley in Southern California.
SensorComm’s IoT functionality will seize real-time NOx emissions knowledge from a fleet of autos, and the ensuing analytics will start the method of baselining and understanding the number of air pollution footprints to offer insights into the best mitigation path ahead.
The corporate anticipates graduation of extra pilots representing totally different automobile classifications.
SensorComm’s Wi-NOx expertise was developed partly via a grant from the Nationwide Science Basis.
Along with monitoring a automobile’s air pollution footprint, Wi-NOx gives info for predictive and preventative upkeep, automobile efficiency, and driver habits.
Along with the CASCADE award, SensorComm is offering extra funds and in-kind help via its companions to finish the pilot. SensorComm is an Intel Web of Issues Options Alliance companion, and a Cisco Answer Companion Program member.
SensorComm’s IoT-based Wi-NOx system captures the real-time air pollution footprint of autos within the transportation/sensible metropolis segments offering predictive upkeep, efficiency and driver habits info through a smartphone app.
Wi-NOx screens NOx emissions on the level of origin (automobile tailpipe) the place air pollution enters the atmosphere and operates independently of the automobile. Applicability and impression testing for IoT air pollution monitoring has been accomplished on 4 continents. International rollout is underway.