Since 2015, Aclima and Google have collaborated to measure air pollution and greenhouse gases with dozens of Street View cars, providing a massive dataset on hyperlocal air quality in California to the scientific community. Project Air View is now scaling globally with Aclima sensing hardware and analytics software, in cities around the world.
In May 2021, Google launched Project Air View with Aclima in the City of Dublin. Aclima air pollution and greenhouse gas measurement and analysis technology integrated with Google’s first all-electric Street View car -- a Jaguar I-PACE -- will produce hyperlocal air quality insights for the Dublin City Council as part of its Smart Dublin program.
In September 2021, Google and Aclima together with the City Science Lab of the Hafencity University Hamburg (HCU) and a working group from the City of Hamburg, launched Project Air View with measurement and analysis of air pollution and greenhouse gases block by block in Hamburg, Germany.
"By making this kind of information available and accessible to everyone, we're hoping that regular citizens and decision-makers alike can all join in and be part of the dialogue to make improvements to our environment, to our air."