Imagine if you could see the air, mapped out in front of you, street by street, neighborhood by neighborhood. You could map your way to work based on the freshest air or compare pollution levels at playgrounds before you leave the house. This has been our collective dream since the beginning—and the dream is now […]

Boris in a tweet? Atmospheric scientist, fresh air addict, fan of carbon-free transportation, and squash master.  What were your job(s) before Plume Labs?Before joining the Team at Plume, I worked as a researcher for 7 years, 3 as a PhD candidate and 4 as a research assistant. What made you want to join Plume Labs?I […]

Get instant insight into you personal air pollution exposure with Flow, a companion to explain what’s in you air, anywhere!  Major update adds the first street-level pollution maps in a few cities and new ways to work with your data—in app and out!  “A map is the greatest of all epic poems. Its lines and […]

The short version: Flow is an air quality monitor for the rest of us. It was designed to take pollution measurement out of the lab and into the public’s hands. Given the technical constraints this mission adds to the design of such a device, Flow is best-in-class for accuracy and reliability over time. In scientific […]

Now that we are heading into summer, we thought we’d check in on how the spring cleaning went—and what kind of difference our community members are finding between their indoor and outdoor air quality. How we did it To do this experiment, we analysed 70 000 sets of continuous measures (6 millions individual data points) […]

The house lights go down, a hush falls over the audience, and a single beam of light traces a path through the theatre. If you’ve ever been to a show, a concert or play, local to Broadway, you‘ve probably seen the laser beam of lights adding to the drama. Photo by anna-m. w. from Pexels […]

Last Monday was Earth Day 2019—always a good day to take a step back and find some perspective on where we fit in the world. To help position us in time and space, on the ground and in the air, we’ve dedicated this post to the art and science of mapping the air we breathe. […]

There’s a single, bright north star we follow at Plume Labs: making air quality data accessible and empowering. In the months since we launched Flow, we’ve been continually amazed at the stories of change we hear from our users—bringing their community together with compelling data, pushing their case and winning. This month we want to […]

Wednesday February 20th, Plume Labs named to Fast Company’s annual list of the world’s most innovative companies for 2019 When we founded Plume Labs almost 5 years ago, we could never imagine that we would be named one of the top 10 most innovative companies in the world along with  Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Dell! […]

Dear Plume Labs supporters, We’re incredibly proud to announce that Flow, our personal air pollution sensor, has made it into the world! All pre-orders have been fulfilled, and Flow is now available for sale in the USA, UK, France, and the rest of Europe. Thank you for helping us work our way through 4 years of R&D to make Flow a […]