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Public Health Officials

Our Temperature Operating System "tOS" stands as a revolutionary tool for public health officials, offering not just advanced heat mapping but also predictive modeling capabilities that are crucial for real-time health risk assessments and in-depth analysis of urban temperature data.

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Chief Heat Officers

Environmental Engineers

City Planners

Real Estate Asset Managers

Landscape Architects

Construction Supervisors

Public Health Officials

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These sophisticated tools allow officials to not only assess but also proactively mitigate health risks linked to extreme temperatures. With its high-resolution data and predictive insights, our Temperature Operating System "tOS" plays a crucial role in crafting targeted public health strategies. It empowers planners to accurately forecast and effectively address health issues that stem from extreme temperature conditions.

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By integrating analytics of our Temperature Operating System "tOS" into their planning and response efforts, public health authorities can ensure more responsive and precise public health interventions, thus positioning tOS as an indispensable asset in public health planning and emergency preparedness.

API Use Cases

These API uses enable Public Health Officials to leverage tOS for a data-driven approach in managing and mitigating heat-related health risks. By integrating temperature and environmental data with public health strategies, officials can develop tailored, proactive measures to enhance public safety and well-being in the face of extreme conditions.


Excessive Heat Identification

The API can be used to fetch high-resolution heat maps indicating temperature variances across regions on a health navigation interface and embedded GIS system. Public Health Officials can set parameters for temperature limits that are considered extreme for their local conditions, aiding in the identification of areas at risk for heat-related health problems by generating warnings, automated messages or notifications that can be incorporated into individual systems or a central dashboard.


Export Data for Independent Analysis

The API allows for the downloading of classification maps and direct analytics integration with systems. This supports public health officials in overlaying health statistics or incident reports to identify causality or correlations with temperature trends, aiding in evidence-based public health interventions.


Urban Structures & Microclimate Impact

The API provides access to data analyzing urban structures and greenery indices, as well as sky-view factors that affect local microclimates. This data can guide public health officials in making recommendations for urban planning or risk assessment related to heat exposure.


Reporting and Communication

Public Health Officials can use the API to generate and customize detailed reports on the impact of temperature on public health. These reports can be shared with stakeholders, including government bodies, emergency services, or the general public, to document findings or support public health advisories.

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