What do hyperlocal precision and measurements mean?
Hyperlocal precision and measurements mean that even at the street level it can be accurately determined what the pollution and other parameters are. This is made possible by the large number of devices at relatively short distances.
Locations that are chosen in collaboration with customers (whether local governments or private companies) are usually critical parameter locations. This means that the placement of the measuring devices is well thought out so that the data is not biased – but real.
The current measurement systems are insufficient in volume and quantity of data and do not cover the whole territory of the country.
The measurement must be hyperlocal, as results can vary even at the level of two parallel streets in an urban environment.