This Startup is Helping in Monitoring & Mapping the World’s Air

Do you know that 90% of the world’s population living in the unhealthy air?  This might be surprising to you but this is true and more alarming figure is that around 17,280 people die every day from air pollution.

Meet, Air quality startup Kaiterra, which is helping in monitoring & mapping the air quality. Kaiterra creates high-accuracy air quality monitors for consumers, businesses and industrial use.

The aggregate data generated by these devices is combined with government-collected data, weather models and satellite imagery to show, visually, how pollution is being created, how it is moving, and to identify specific sources.

This information can then be used to take action and reduce pollution sources. The result: skies that are bluer and a happier planet.

Team Bizztor had the opportunity to Interview, Liam Bates – Founder & CEO Kaiterra Global and Nita Soans – CEO Kaiterra India.  This Interview will take you through the journey, story and future plans for Kaiterra Global. 

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