Computer chip-maker Intel has signed its pact with German auto component major Bosch. The alliance to develop a cost-effective monitoring system MCMS which will measure and manages optimal air quality efficiently. The company has officially announced about their pact in a statement on Wednesday.
This new Intel-based Bosch Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System (MCMS) aims to provide intelligent data and enable real-time analysis of ambient air pollution. This new Intel-Bosch MCMS offers a variety of applications right from adjusting traffic flow in congested areas to providing fitness recommendations based on air quality to other actions.
This compactly built Intel-Bosch MCMS device features remote monitoring enabled by both wired and wireless interfaces (Wi-Fi and 3G) and is designed to withstand rugged weather conditions. Also, it includes the ability to provide over-the-air calibration to keep the sensors adjusted and generate high-quality environmental data.
MCMS offers a cloud-based analytics, data management, and visualization software. Besides that, a serviceable, user-friendly design which closely aligns with the Environmental Protection Agency standards and features Intel Security to help protect and secure data from all devices.
This Intel-Bosch MCMS device helps industrial and factory environments to track emissions and provide safety checks to workers for compliance requirements. Managers on construction sites can improve efficiency while improving work conditions and provide early warning signals.