Science

Unlocking New Understanding

We engage in ongoing validation of our novel approaches through independent verification, publication, and cooperative research with leading research institutions. Examples include partnerships with the California Air Resources Board, UT Austin, Carnegie Mellon, Stanford, and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs. Our groundbreaking peer-reviewed publications have introduced a new understanding of hyperlocal air pollution, exposure, and methods for data collection.

Our Publications

Peer-Reviewed Papers

Cooperative Innovation

Partnership with US EPA

A Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) was signed between EPA and Aclima in April of 2013 for 5 years and, in 2016, amended for an additional 5 years to 2023. The CRADA was designed to advance development of next-generation, cost-effective solutions for monitoring and managing air pollution at the community scale, to protect public health.

Together, we're delivering on three central aims for our research to make hyperlocal monitoring scalable.

Hyperlocal Monitoring at Scale
High Quality, Verifiable Data
Reduced Costs and Increased Efficiency
Grounded in Science

Advancing Data Quality

Aclima is committed to delivering the highest levels of data quality possible from our hyperlocal measurements. Developed with EPA, Aclima's Quality Assurance Program Plan details our mobile air monitoring objectives, methods, measurement objectives, quality control procedures, data verification, validation and management and analysis.

Together, we're delivering on three central aims for our research to make hyperlocal monitoring scalable.

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