Air pollution remains a serious public–health risk, while also damaging buildings and infrastructure. The lack of quality data-driven insights on air pollution undermines the ability to make informed, evidence-based policy decisions. STRIAD:Air Quality is equipped with a series of advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms to facilitate decision-making and improve livelihoods in and outside of cities.
of the UK have illegally high air pollution (source)
people die from air pollution every year in the UK (source)
Air pollution comes from many sources and has many effects. Raw data doesn’t always give a clear picture of the problem. It’s hard to see the wood for the trees and find the underlying trends in noisy, complex data.
There’s more data than ever available to policymakers. But finding the right data to understand how air pollution impacts your community is like finding a needle in a haystack.
Changing environmental policy can be controversial. When aiming to meet important climate commitments, interests can collide and challenges crop up. It’s important to have confidence in the case for the policies we need.
Analyse the total environment and find actionable insights to improve air quality
Air quality monitoring in your area of interest can uncover hidden insights and show you where and when air pollution is at its worst. Track different pollutants over time and understand the trends where it matters.
Different people have different exposures to air pollution based on where they live, where they go and what they do. To understand how to fix the problem, the software assesses where it is and who’s affected.
Integrating the latest scientific research with demographic data about your area, our solution provides localised data about the health impact of air pollution, to help you make the case for change and move forward together.
Our Data Protection team is always on-hand, ready go providing the in-depth yet practical support needed to understand your concerns and requirements, help confidently navigate regulatory and ethical challenges, and ensure you can access and leverage the right data in the right way – responsibly, confidently, and ethically.
Cybersecurity gaps can cause significant financial costs, impact public trust, cause untold stress, and sap limited time from solving working on your biggest problems. Our Cybersecurity team helps ensure industry-standard levels of security for all our ethical AI solutions, from cloud infrastructure security and penetration testing, to endpoint security and secure client access.
The Ethics Innovation team provides continuous ethics-by-design guidance and conducts an ethical impact assessments on all of Trilateral’s products. For the Air Quality product, ethics means not only ethical data collection and processing, but also understanding issues of environmental justice and how marginal and vulnerable communities are disproportionately affected by air pollution.
Our Sociotech Insights Group (SIG) team provides social science expertise for developing and deploying the STRIAD:Air Quality application. This includes working in a co-design manner with end users, clarifying exactly which insights are needed, identifying the right data to support these insights, and helping our users develop a full understanding of air quality issues and factors in their area.
Trilateral’s Innovation & Research (I&R) team conducts extensive research into air quality, pollution, and urban planning issues to support the development of the application.
UK public sector organisations can acquire STRIAD through the government’s G-Cloud marketplace.
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