Breeze Technologies' air quality sensors measure the most common air pollutants and climate indicators every 30 second (Temperature, Humidity, CO, CO2, PM2.5, PM10, NO, NO2, SO2, NH3, VOCs, O3). Data can be transmitted to the Breeze Environmental Analytics Cloud through various wireless standards, including WiFi, LTE and LoRa. The data is calibrated through the ground-breaking Adaptive Cloud Calibration Engine, increasing data quality and accuracy. In many of Breeze's project, citizens host the air quality sensors on their private property. Interested parties can sign up as potential sensor hosts here: Via Breeze Technologies' global air quality citizen portal (, the public can access air quality data from public monitoring stations and the startup's own air quality sensors. With more than 12,500 datasets globally, the platform is one of the biggest air quality information databases in the world.