Smiity, the application created by mobinteg that allows cities to communicate with tourists and citizens, now has a new complement, which was presented yesterday at the Web Summit. It’s Smiity Box, a device that evaluates, in real time, the air quality and the local environment in which the user is.
It has this feature due to five sensors installed in the equipment: temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide, ambient sound and particle meters. In this way, it is a step of mobinteg with the goal of “making cities more intelligent and interactive,” according to the entity’s statement.
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