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Academia and Institutions

Our Temperature Operating System "tOS" emerges as a pivotal resource for academia and institutions, extending advanced heat mapping and predictive analytics to enrich academic research and campus sustainability efforts.

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This technology enables academia to both explore and address climate-related challenges, leveraging high-resolution data for precise environmental research, curriculum development, and campus planning initiatives. tOS is instrumental in equipping students and researchers with the insights needed for proactive climate resilience efforts.

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Integrating tOS's analytics into academic strategies enhances the educational landscape, fostering a data-driven approach to environmental stewardship, and empowering institutions with the tools necessary for effective climate adaptation and sustainability education.

Dashboard Use Cases - available April 2024

The Dashboard empowers academia and institutions with interactive tools for visual learning, urban planning simulations, and sustainability tracking. By visualizing temperature data and trends, students and researchers can explore the impacts of urban heat, test mitigation strategies, and measure the effectiveness of sustainability initiatives, fostering a deeper understanding of climate change and urban development.


Interactive Learning & Research Tool

Utilize the dashboard for academic projects, offering interactive maps and analytics for studying urban temperature trends and mitigation strategies.


Campus Climate Planning

Employ the dashboard for planning and implementing campus-wide sustainability and heat mitigation initiatives, based on data-driven insights.


Community Engagement Projects

Leverage dashboard insights to engage the academic community in sustainability efforts, fostering a culture of environmental stewardship and collaboration.


Sustainability Initiative Tracking

The dashboard allows institutions to track and visualize the impact of sustainability initiatives over time.


Urban Planning Simulation

By employing the dashboard, academic professionals can simulate urban planning scenarios, testing heat mitigation strategies.


Public Health Awareness Campaigns

By utilizing the dashboard, institutions can develop informed public health campaigns focusing on heat impacts.

Enterprise API Use Cases

Available in the US only starting July 2024. Environmental NGOs can harness the API to access and analyze detailed temperature data, supporting urban greening and heat mitigation projects. This data aids in identifying critical areas, backing grant applications with solid evidence, measuring the environmental impact of initiatives, and fostering collaborations. It's a pivotal tool for NGOs aiming to drive sustainable urban development and environmental protection through data-driven insights and strategies.


Access detailed temperature data of the microclimate for academic research, enabling the study of urban heat islands, climate change impacts, and the efficacy of green infrastructure.

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Project Impact Analysis

Leverage API for analyzing the temperature impact of urban greening projects, aiding in academic publications and environmental studies


Educational Resource Integration

Integrate real-time and historical temperature data into educational platforms and tools, enriching STEM curricula and research projects.


Cross-Disciplinary Studies

By using the API, academia can facilitate cross-disciplinary research across urban planning, public health, and environmental science.


Longitudinal Climate Studies

The API enables longitudinal studies on climate change impacts in urban areas by providing historical temperature data.


Data Visualization in Research

Academics can use the API to create data visualizations for academic publishing and educational materials.

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