Category Archives: Air Pollution

Valluri Technology Accelerators Launches the First Integrated Application of Environmental Pollution Forecast and the Associated Health Risk Assessment for Individuals

Tellivi Urban Techtonix

VTA’s Environmental pollution forecasting application, “Urban Techtonix”, generates and visualizes Air Pollution Forecasts for possible episodes over a four-day window. – https://www.vallurita.com/urbantechtonix.php   This application has introduced multiple benefits and unique insights to Environmental Control authorities and other users. Satellite imagery capturing emissions from various sources, along with other data inputs help Urban Techtonix deliver pollution forecasts even in areas […]

Monitoring Air pollution in India, Using Technology Just Got a Boost

Air pollution is caused due to a variety of reasons such as crop burning, emissions from vehicular traffic, polluting industries such as brick kilns, chemical manufacturing, tanneries, textiles, mining, and construction. The fine particulate matter has the most negative effect on the health of a population. Air pollution monitoring can be done using a diagnostic […]

Valluri Technology Accelerators to deploy the first Air Pollution Forecasting Application for the city of Bengaluru in Karnataka, India

Valluri Technology Accelerators (VTA), Bangalore will commence the deployment of the first Air Quality Forecasting initiative for the city of Bengaluru. Developed in collaboration with the European Commission & its partner Organizations and Karnataka State Pollution Control Board. VTA’s forecasting application, called “Urban Techtonix”,

Modeling and Simulation – Evaluating Scenarios

Modelling and simulation

There are many complex processes in the natural world which cannot be understood in terms of logical algorithms. There are a couple of methods by which such processes can be understood. One of the methods is through data collection from the environment. The power of this method is borne out through data-driven programming. Machine Learning, […]

“Air pollution can increase the strength of cyclones formation over the Pacific Ocean!”

Air Pollution

Air pollution does not adhere to international borders. A statistical modeling to calculate the effect of air pollution on the storm formation trends over the pacific, conducted by the research team of Texas A&M showed that air pollution has powerful consequences for cyclone formation. Pollution from China is spreading contaminants to the West Coast in […]