World’s Only Automated Sensor Network Providing Live Pollen & Mold Counts
If your customers need to track their seasonal allergy symptoms, you need the Pollen Sense API for local pollen and mold data. If your research project requires abundant airborne pollen, mold and dust data sets, or if you want to market to a target audience that is concerned with allergens in their air, you need the Pollen Sense API. It’s the most timely, geographically relevant data source for mobile applications that report pollen counts.
API Plans & Pricing
Our API pricing plans address the various needs our data customers have. Let’s schedule a phone call now! We’ll be happy to discuss the science behind our pollen data, and how we sample the air for mold and dust too. You may want to understand what pollen counts mean relative to an index. There are finer points to the implementation of the API and we’ll connect you with our developers to answer those technical questions.
|How frequently do you need your data reported? Our sensors continuously sample, report hourly averages and more.||What kind of geographical requirements do you have? You can look at data from a particular sensor or across the network.||Is it pollen, mold, or dust? If it’s pollen, is it tree, grass, or weed? If it’s tree pollen, is it Elm, Mulberry, or Cedar?|
Best Pollen Data in the World. Period.
Your mobile app customers need the best counts available for pollen, mold and dust. They are concerned with air quality and how it affects their seasonal allergies. Men, women and children who suffer from asthma are particularly vulnerable, and yesterday’s averages just won’t cut it.
Intuitive API with Access to Data from 50+ Sensors
Pollen Sense LLC has established a network of automated sensors that provide automated pollen counts. Mold and other particulates are quantified too. This new hardware informs machine vision technology to create real-time particulate data. Our API is a resource that can help developers help their data customers make better decisions concerning pollen and other airborne particulates like silica, mold and dust.
- Images are saved to a cloud service in real-time.
- Pollen Sense caches data so internet disruptions don’t compromise information.
- Raw images can be accessed in real-time for analysis or later for examination.
- Access reports to past and present data.
- Broader regional data are also available.
New, Modern Pollen Science
Historically, trained technicians have used mechanical devices to acquire particulate samples. At the very least this process creates a significant delay in the reporting. This approach can be accurate but is cumbersome. We’ve developed automated sensors and the artifical intelligence to speed up reporting significantly.
Our API is part of a system that addresses these shortcomings. We’ve exposed the utility that could help in these sample applications:
- Healthcare professionals can make more informed decisions concerning pollen allergens. The severity of allergy symptoms increases when exposure time and quantity go up. Our device allows pollen concentrations to be located and quantified in real time.
- Silica particles are a health risk and can become airborne. One of our real-time sensing devices can provide data that help those managing the source of silica dust —or those downwind from a source— to take appropriate measures.
- Having real-time particulate data can create opportunities for researchers who are trying to better understand when and where something is in our air and what it is.