Google has developed an app for measuring pollution and erosion
Google has developed an app for measuring pollution and erosion|Google is offering a tool to help measure pollution and emissions levels in cities. The device was initially available only in the United States, but has now expanded its scope and is now available in Europe. This app or tool from Google compiles statistics for transportation and buildings from Google Maps, with publicly available information about the collapse. Google initially introduced it to Birmingham, Manchester, Wolverhampton and Coventry, Dublin and Copenhagen. The plan has been made but more cities and continents will be added in the coming weeks. Google has also given permission for any city to register through an online form. Environmental Insight Explorer (EIE) presents data in four categories, including building emissions, transport pollution, general emissions, and cooling capabilities. The app is designed to help cities see what changes they can make to reduce emissions, such as building more motorcycle lines or installing solar panels on buildings. In a separate project, AirView, Google Street View cars measure air pollution in other cities, including London and Copenhagen.