Hawa Dawa and Bernard Group enter into a partnership

The joint solution provides essential insights into traffic and air quality correlation

Hawa Dawa and the Munich-based Bernard Group, an internationally operating family-owned engineering services company, which has been considered an expert in traffic censuses and analysis for decades, are partnering to provide their customers with a solution that allows them to analyse the correlation between traffic and air quality.

 The joint solution builds on the established devices of both companies for traffic counting or air pollutant measurement, respectively. It enables a correlation of local traffic data with air quality data. In this way, valuable information is generated from the two data sources, and the data is related to each other. Based on this information, concrete decisions and actions can be derived. On the one hand, more profound insights into the influence of traffic on air quality at specific locations are created; on the other hand, patterns and measures for critical scenarios can be identified. The goal is to use data and analyses for creating a comprehensive mapping of the complex interrelationships between air quality, transport and climate in an intuitive way, and to achieve efficiency gains in the development and implementation of intelligent measures to improve air quality. Read more

Hawa Dawa provides data-based decision-making platform to reduce urban traffic-induced emissions in Mainz

Better urban air quality does not need drastic measures – but a meaningful database for decisions

Hawa Dawa has been commissioned by Stadtwerke Mainz with an innovative and result-driven project: creating a sustainable data-based decision-making basis. Hawa Dawa will propose stepped measures to improve urban air quality based on their projected impact on air quality, applying data-based analyses, and forecasts. For this purpose, an intelligent infrastructure for collecting environmental and traffic data as well as a data platform for evaluation is established. Read more