Measure urban pollution and take actions in real-time
Commons Impact helps cities monitor environmental pollution in real-time using a connected network of sensors, providing undeniable proof of data using the Ethereum blockchain
Different from competitors, Commons Impact uses smart contracts on Ethereum to enforce regulations
Air and noise pollution do not recognize geographic boundaries.
Noise and vibration from construction and demolition sites impact the quality of life of residents living in surrounding areas.
Emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOX) can react in the atmosphere to form fine particle (PM2.5) pollution. Similarly,
emissions can react in the atmosphere with volatile organic compounds (VOC) and sunlight to create ground-level ozone pollution. These pollutants can travel great
air quality and public health locally and regionally in areas downwind.
- Businesses can initiate a smart contract in minutes specifying target sensor levels by time of day
- Residents near construction sites or industrial areas request access and join the contract
- Commons Impact sensors monitor noise, vibration and air quality levels
- Smart contracts provide instant financial compensation to impacted parties
Some of the features that you will love
Deploy a smart contract using our smart contract templates.
Sensor data is analyzed and immutably stored using blockchain technology.
Commons Impact app
The Commons Impact smartphone app is free to download, easy to use and accurate to within 1.0 dB.
Easy setup for business owners
Quickly deploy a sensor profile contract on the Commons Impact website.
Verify Transactions & Sensor data
Sensor data is stored on IPFS and can be reviewed by business owners any time.
Compensation levels can be set by time of day and proximity.
Receive instant financial compensation based on contract parameters, credibility of results and proximity factors.
Supports Professional Sound Equipment
Integrates with Professional Sound Monitoring Equipment.
Sensors monitor in real-time and a heat map shows impacted areas.