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

The winners of the Smart Air City Campaign have been announced

Four cities on the way to the Smart Air City: Hawa Dawa congratulates the city of Ingolstadt – represented by Stadtwerke Ingolstadt -, Energiemittel Mittelrhein AG, Mainova AG and Enercity AG. The four winners will get four Hawa Dawa Sentience air quality measurement devices and access to the Hawa Dawa data management platform free of charge for four months. (More details are available in the German version)

Cities measure air quality – free test phase of 4 months: Hawa Dawa launches Smart Air City 2019 campaign

Hawa Dawa is launching this year’s Smart Air City campaign: to four cities four measurement devices will be available free of charge for four months. Application is open from now until 31st of December 2019. Read more

Meschede secures a pioneering position in air quality management

Hawa Dawa and the city of Meschede are expanding the observation period agreed as part of the “Smart Air City” campaign by further six months to one year. Thus, Meschede supports the intention to actively address the issue of air quality. Read more

Hawa Dawa Installs the Largest Air Quality Measurement Network in Germany

Hawa Dawa installs 35 sensor nodes across the municipal area of the NordAllianz near Munich. The eight members of the NordAllianz; Eching, Garching, Hallbergmoos, Ismaning, Neufahrn, Oberschleißheim, Unterföhring and Unterschleißheim have decided to implement a digital measurement network for tracking urban air quality that relies on Hawa Dawa’s smart technology. The company already operates similar measurement networks in the cities of Munich, Germering, Meschede and Bern. These networks deploy Internet of Things (IoT)-capable sensor nodes and are targeted to increase transparency on air quality for citizens and decision-makers. Read more

Potential for traffic management to reduce pollution hotspots shown in Munich pilot

Hawa Dawa, in collaboration with Siemens Mobility and ryd, have demonstrated the effectiveness of an eco-routing pilot launched at the end of 2018.

The four-week pilot, ‘Saubere Luft in München’, or SLIM, was designed to test the hypothesis that data-based route recommendations could encourage individual drivers within Munich to actively (and repeatedly) select their upcoming journeys according to forecast pollutant levels along their most commonly travelled routes. Read more

Hawa Dawa supports the city of Meschede on the way to a ‚Smart Air City‘

This post is available in German only

Meschede ist Smart Air City: Messung der Luftqualität wird vorbereitet Meschede wird zum Vorreiter in Sachen Luftqualität: Die Kreis- und Hochschulstadt hat im Rahmen der Kampagne „Smart Air City“ der Hawa Dawa GmbH aus München gewonnen. Damit stellt das Unternehmen der Kommune Meschede die Luftqualitätsdaten von sechs Sensoren für sechs Monate kostenfrei zur Verfügung. Read more

Eco-routing becomes a reality: the sustainable satnav project

We’d all like to live in a city where its inhabitants can breathe in clean air – below EU emission limits? Siemens Intelligent Traffic Systems in collaboration with Connected Car platform ryd and Hawa Dawa, experts in measuring air quality, will be launching a pilot project for cleaner air in Munich (“Saubere Luft in München” – SLIM). Read more

Smart Quarter in Munich North: powered by Hawa Dawa

Hawa Dawa supports the development of a new smart quarter in Munich

The EU-Initiative, ‘Civitas Eccentric’ aims to redevelop the Domagkpark and Parkstadt Schwabing areas of Munich as part of the Horizon 2020 research programme. Residents will be able to access data on air quality in their local area through an app, which will then be able to recommend a relevant public transport option for them to use to help avoid high levels of pollution or mitigate for existing levels. Hawa Dawa’s data will be integrated into this app and is an integral part of a suite of ‘smart’ mobility and logistics options that will be on offer to local residents.