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At the worst, indoor and outdoor air pollution leads to millions of unnecessary premature deaths, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). At a meeting taking place in Shanghai at the end of June, researchers from the University of Helsinki will present a collaborative digital model, a ”5G air quality observation model”, the mobile MegaSense, which will make it possible to plan cities in a way that is durable from a climate perspective.
When a city lacks clean air | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

MegaSense, a real-time observation system using 5G and sensor technology helps large cities to direct their growth in such a way that the effect of air pollutants can be limited.