Google Maps Street-Level Air Pollution

Oct 06, 2015 | written by:

If you went crazy for the Google Maps Street View function, looking for your images on the photos published on the maps, you now need to throw your vanity away and focused on ecosustainability, as Google does.

Air pollution annually kills approximately 3.3 million people worldwide, and 55,000 in the U.S. alone. For this reason Google Maps is launching the new Street-Level Air Pollution service to let people and authorities be aware of the air pollution level in every single part of a city or a region.

During the launch period Google Street View cars equipped with Aclima mobile air sensors will map pollution in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and California’s Central Valley.

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