Innovative, collaborative solutions that help solve environmental challenges and make our cities better places to live and work.
At its heart, having a smart city means planning preventive maintenance and optimizing resources to maximize well-being. Think innovation, participation, collaboration and coordination between all stakeholders – especially residents.
Sudden severe weather affects us all, from wildfires to flash floods and concentrated air pollution. Cities today are looking to protect local communities from the rising number of extreme weather and environmental events resulting from climate change. But resiliency requires a proactive approach, starting with local observations.
We provide accurate, reliable measurement solutions and actionable insights that help you make better decisions to improve your city. It is easy to integrate Vaisala weather and air quality sensors into a wide range of smart city systems to provide real-time data on the parameters you need most.
When integrated into a smart city system, light poles can do much more than illuminate city streets. They can measure everything from weather and air quality to water quality, environmental noise, and traffic for observations. Plugging weather and air quality data into these kinds of networks opens many opportunities to increase weather awareness and resilience in cities.
Compact weather and air quality sensors, plug-and-play weather stations and thunderstorm tracking software provide accurate hyperlocal observation data in real time. The data can be used to alert citizens and officials of dangerous conditions, and to localize and enhance the accuracy of weather forecasts
Air quality data in particular provides reliable & helpful air pollution insights that empower businesses, government, and citizens to adapt and make informed choices. City planners can harness the insights to find ideal locations for public services such as schools, daycare centers, recreation areas. Decision-makers can develop solutions for people who are sensitive to air pollution so they can take action in daily life.
Extreme weather can be risky, especially with approaching lightning. Local, actionable weather insights helps decision-makers when people’s safety depends on their action — from buildings and outdoor recreation activities to worker safety and risk management for fires and explosions.
Actively manage pollutants with a best-in-class air quality measurement sensor — and make more informed decisions about your environment.
The world’s first plug-and-play weather and environmental monitoring platform, Beam Station BWS500 is a compact, easily scalable solution that provides measurements, data collection, and data visualization in one package.
This series of accurate weather transmitters measures six of the most important weather parameters in various compact and affordable combinations.
Real-time data and alerts on approaching thunderstorms, lightning and other severe weather hazards gives you more time to prepare and protect what matters most.
Join the webinar where we’ll discuss how compact weather and air quality sensors can help decision-makers to develop key services, alert the public of hazardous conditions and protect what matters most.
Creating or adding to an existing observation network doesn’t have to be complicated. Discover innovative approaches to measuring air quality and the weather through smart lighting poles, hyperlocal forecasts, and data collection & visualization methods that provide actionable information — automatically.
Cities today are looking to protect local communities from the rising number of extreme weather and environmental events resulting from climate change. But resiliency requires a proactive approach, starting with local observations.
Three steps to enhance preparedness against sudden, extreme hazards.
How the City of Centennial improved public safety with innovative Vaisala technology.
Ready to see how Vaisala’s sensing technology can be put to work for you? We’re here to help! Please contact us and our smart city experts will be in touch quickly to discuss your weather and environmental monitoring challenges.