Vortex IoT sponsors monthly Air Quality News Podcast
Environment Journal (EJ) Podcast features leading figures from the worlds of sustainability, the environment and air quality management.
Cameron Kent - 24 June 2021
The publishers of Air Quality News are proud to present a new monthly podcast and we're pleased to sponsor three episodes featuring leading figures from the worlds of sustainability, the environment and air quality management.
Environment Journal (EJ) Podcast is hosted by renowned author, commentator and adviser on climate change, low carbon and renewable energy, Stephen Cirell. Each episode will be available on major podcast platforms.
Rebecca Willis, Professor in Practice at Lancaster Environment Centre and the author of a new book “Too Hot to Handle: the Democratic Challenge of Climate Change”.
Emma Pinchbeck, CEO Energy UK – Expert in whole-economy decarbonisation and the energy transition.
Councillor Tom Hayes – Oxford City Council – Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Green Transport & Zero Carbon Oxford.
About Vortex IoT
Vortex, part of Marston Holdings, is a dynamic and market-leading company at the forefront of smart city technologies. The company builds environmental sensors, networks and data solutions to support decarbonisation efforts globally. As experts in the latest IoT, AI, 5G and LiDAR technology, Vortex enables smart cities & smart infrastructures to become more efficient, safer and greener.
Monitor what matters; Act where it counts. Vortex's sensor technology aims to maximize visibility and delivers the actionable data that businesses need to start making smarter decisions. Air Quality Monitoring, Vehicle-2-Infrastructure Scanning, Remote Infrastructure Management and Smart Parking Systems are Vortex's tailored solutions for progressive smart city management. Powered by AI and enabled by a highly secure decentralised mesh network, all of Vortex’s products guarantee reliability, scalability and environmentally sustainable deployments.
Founded upon a bedrock of innovation, Vortex’s highly skilled team of engineers, technologists and leadership team are constantly developing the eco-smart products of tomorrow, for you today. For more information, please visit www.vortexiot.com.
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