Right now many urban centres are struggling to clean up their air. The urban environment that we live in impacts on our everyday lives. Even if some threats are invisible, we can’t pretend they don’t exist. This is where technology comes in. We believe that the first step to improve the situation is to raise awareness of the problem and to provide access to data about local air quality. That’s why we have built a network of sensors, which – thanks to their even distribution – enables us to monitor smog in various parts of the city. Krakow is now equipped with the world’s first urban network of real-time air quality sensors. Our next goal is to build a dense network of sensors across all of Poland – as well as in cities throughout the world.
Airly was established by a group of engineers with a shared vision and passion for new technologies. Its founding team of physicists and mechatronic technicians was then joined by software developers and marketing specialists.