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Tuesday | October 20 | 2020

Airly raises $2m pre-seed round. The financing was led by Giant Ventures

Airly announced a $2m pre-seed round to scale its AI-powered air quality platform globally. The financing was led by Giant Ventures.

Leading angel investors also participated, including: members of Sir Richard Branson’s and Sir Ronald Cohen’s families; Pipedrive co-founder Martin Tajur; Cherry Ventures partner and former Spotify CMO Sophia Bendz; former Gojek CMO Piotr Jakubowski; and Henkel board member Konstantin von Unger.

Existing investor Wojtek Burkot (ex-Engineering Director at Google) also participated in the round via his fund Bitspiration Booster. Poland’s National Center of Research & Development provided additional funding.

How Airly system workes

Airly provides accurate, ultra-local, predictive air quality data for governments, companies and individuals to understand the air their communities breathe. 

Airly’s sensors act as a global warning system for pollution at street level and in real time. Its proprietary breakthroughs in sensor miniaturization and machine learning allow it to monitor more pollutants with greater accuracy, at lower cost, and in more places. 

The system involves dense networks of sensors that measure particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5 and PM10) and gaseous compounds (NO2, SO2, O3 and CO).

It provides users live access to this data through an intuitive mobile app and online map. 

Airly’s AI-powered air quality forecast function allows it to predict the flow of pollutants for the next 24 hours with a verifiability of up to 95%. 

Airly has more than 10.000 data points in over 30 countries

Airly’s customers comprise over 400 local governments and cities including Berlin, Jakarta, Oslo, Rome, Athens and Krakow, corporates such as Philips, PwC, Motorola, Aviva, Veolia and Skanska, as well as schools, universities, and charitable foundations.

Recently launched API allows media, technology, and finance companies to access live air quality data globally. 

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