For the next 12 months, Google Jaguar I-Pace EVs with Google Street View mapping will be driving around Dublin. And they will not just take pictures of Street View – they will also illuminate the city’s landscape. Google has teamed up with Jaguar Land Rover for the project, making I-Pace the first digital Street Viewer. In addition to mounting Street View cameras on the car’s roof, Jaguar’s engineers also installed sensors to measure the air pressure, so that it could pull two-way cars like London’s Street View cars. back to 2018.
Aclima hand-held sensors have tested me to measure nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and carbon dioxide (CO2), as well as particles (PM2.5) in the atmosphere on roads and sidewalks. He is expected to provide Google research partners with the information they need to create a roadmap for air pollution.
Google is working with Dublin City Council on a project called “Air View Dublin.” It is part of an expert giant’s efforts to place hyperlocal air quality maps under the Environmental Insights Explorer program, which can provide local governments with the necessary resources to manage climate and urban degradation.
Paddy Flynn, VP of Geo Operations at Google, said:
“Fresh air is very important, especially in cities, but there are differences in terms of local knowledge and information available to all decision makers and citizens. As part of this project, we are using expertise to find these requirements and make them available together with the Dublin City Council. , we can work on solutions. ”
This is not the first time that alphabet letters have been used in the I-Pace EV project. Waymo also added I-Pace EVs to its self-propelled ships a few years ago and is currently using cars to test its own driving skills.
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