Merging urban mobility and air quality insights to support sustainable transport transition in emerging mega-cities

Transport for Cairo and Hawa Dawa join forces to serve data-poor environments with their cutting edge solutions

Hawa Dawa and Transport for Cairo (TfC) have entered a partnership for combining their state-of-the-art solutions. Customers will benefit from advanced offerings built on the deep expertise of TfC in data, tools and research in the field of urban mobility and Hawa Dawa’s innovative methods of providing actionable insights on air pollution. Expansive urban mobility systems are required to support the economies of developing cities, home to the world’s next 2 billion citizens. Data-driven decisions must be made for these systems to evolve without becoming a major climate and health hazards. Read more

Easy access and new opportunities to use environmental data

Hawa Dawa is excited to announce it has joined the Esri Partner Network. Esri is the the global leader in location intelligence. 

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Traffic and Air Quality: Understanding Correlations in Detail

Hawa Dawa adds the interactive analysis tool ‘traffic reports’ to the premium dashboards Plus and Pro. This provides city and traffic planners with detailed information on the correlation of traffic volume, fleet composition and vehicle speed with the measured pollutants.

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Threshold Report on Air Pollutants

Hawa Dawa offers a new regular report on compliance with legal limit values, which compares the current measured values with the legal requirements in a comprehensive manner and presents trends per measuring station and air pollutant. 

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Hawa Dawa measurements as part of the official Bavarian Project Network on ultrafine particles in Regensburg

Hawa Dawa deploys a measuring system based on the Sentience air measuring devices and analytical data preparation within a Bavarian project network in Regensburg. In the epidemiological subproject of the BayUFP project network, the long-term health consequences of ultrafine particles are investigated in particular based on data from the NAKO health study.

The data collected by Hawa Dawa on the “classical” air pollutants – NO2, O3, PM10 and PM2.5  – will be used within the subproject “TP4 Long-term concentrations and health effects in Bavarian centres of the NAKO health study” to validate the models of ultrafine dust developed in the study. Read more

The mouse sniffs clean air: Hawa Dawa at the “Door Opener Day” of the show “Sendung mit der Maus”

As part of the WDR campaign “Hallo Zukunft #mitdermaus” (Hello Future), Hawa Dawa opened the doors to Munich children and their accompanying persons who wanted to find out more about “clean air”. With around 30 children, the event was fully booked, and all mouse fans were able to inform themselves in detail about the questions about air pollution/air quality.

The focus was on mouse fans aged 5 to 11 years. At the time of registration, they submitted many questions, which Hawa Dawa addressed in varied formats during the event: After a short introduction to the topic, the children took part in three workshops with different focuses. Read more

New Head of Sales Public Sector at Hawa Dawa: Martin Montag takes over the leadership of the growing sales team

Hawa Dawa has been strengthened since September 1 by the experienced sales expert Martin Montag. As Head of Sales Public Sector, he is responsible for the business with municipal customers and the public sector. He takes over the leadership of the Hawa Dawa team for direct sales. Read more

TÜV Süd confirms Hawa Dawa the accuracy of the “indicative measurement”

IoT measurement method meets legal requirements to prove compliance with air pollutant limits.

Hawa Dawa has been the first provider in Europe to be certified by an independent state-approved body for the legally prescribed measurement accuracy of its IoT sensor measuring networks. TÜV Süd certifies:  Hawa Dawa achieves the quality objectives of the 39. BlmSchV  (the national implementation of the EU directive 2008/50/EG ).
In the evaluation, TÜV Süd used measurement data of a period of 12 months. For this purpose, the NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) values measured by Hawa Dawa were compared with the values of an official measuring station.

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Providing added value for citizens with environmental data

Hawa Dawa wins Leipzig Smart City Challenge “Urban Environmental Data – View & Understand

Hawa Dawa won the Leipzig Smart City Challenge “Urban Environmental Data – View & Understand”. The approach presented by Hawa Dawa to the question “How can urban environmental data be prepared in a target-group-oriented, innovative and interactive way? ” was chosen as the winner by the interdisciplinary jury of the City of Leipzig taking into account clearly defined evaluation criteria. The city of Leipzig focuses on the usability of environmental data by citizens.

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Convincing solution for the digitization of NO2 measurements

Hawa Dawa wins Munich Innovation Competition

Hawa Dawa was able to convince the cross-divisional and cross-departmental jury team of the Bavarian capital yesterday with its solution based on a network of cost-effective IoT sensors. The core of the challenge has been to provide measurement data for the recording of NO2 concentrations that are legally reliable and comply with the legal requirements and provisions of the 39th BImSchV, directly retrievable and of different periods (annual, daily and hourly average values) and that cover the city of Munich as extensively as possible.
(More about the innovation competition here)
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