We live with air pollution every day. Constantly changing over time and space, it’s almost impossible to avoid. Until now. After 3 years of R&D and design and an extensive beta test, Flow, the smart air quality tracker from Plume Labs, is available for pre-orders! The smart air quality tracker Flow and its companion app […]

We’re bringing air quality forecasting to businesses by opening up access to the world’s first global, crowdsourced, hardware-enabled air quality data platform with our API found at plume.io. Our goal? To help as many people as possible access actionable air quality information. The Problem Air quality is increasingly important to citizens and consumers around the […]

Fourth of July 🇺🇸, Canada Day 🇨🇦, Bastille Day 🇫🇷… seems like half the world is out celebrating this month! And where there’s a festival, there are fireworks. Not to be a killjoy, but pollution can come from unlikely places. So how badly do fireworks affect air quality? 🎆 Our in-house Atmospheric Scientist ran the […]

For the past two years, Plume Labs has had one mission: helping you stay ahead of air pollution to improve your environmental health. Today we are incredibly proud to unveil the design of Flow by Plume Labs, the first smart, mobile air quality tracker. Flow is your environmental companion that helps you understand, monitor and lower your exposure to air […]

As Amazon’s hands-free speaker, Echo, was set to break another sales record last Christmas, we’re excited to launch the Plume Alexa Skill – letting you know real-time air quality levels in your city so you can stay one step ahead of pollution. Our Plume Skill provides an air quality overview using our unique Plume Index […]

It’s been two years in the making. Alongside our flagship smartphone application, we’ve been working flat out on our upcoming smart, mobile air pollution tracker. Now, after years of scribbled post-its, intricate schematics and long nights in the lab, we’re nearing the grand reveal. This January, we’re going to Vegas! At CES 2017, you’ll see what […]

Londoners celebrating Halloween were treated to a thick fog last week, but alongside the capital’s famous pea-soup the city was experiencing a series of large pollution peaks. Pollutants transported from northern Europe may have added to emission levels in the capital. Events like this serve to highlight the growing need for international cooperation to tackle […]