SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- BreezoMeter, a big data analytics company that provides dynamic air-quality data up to city-block-resolution worldwide, today announced that it will demonstrate its Smart City technology at the Smart City Expo, taking place November 15-17 in Barcelona, Spain. BreezoMeter's air-quality Command and Control will be on full display at the New York City Pavilion (as part of BreezoMeter's partnership with Current, powered by GE), and at the Israeli Pavilion. BreezoMeter solutions are already being implemented in Smart City projects around the world. Together with Cisco France, as part of an experiment in Place de la Nation, Paris, BreezoMeter analyzes air-quality data from local sensors by Libelium, connected to the LoRaWAN architecture deployed by Cisco. The project emphasizes different users' exposure to pollution, the impact of road traffic, and supporting future urban planning and development. "BreezoMeter is tackling a $1.7 trillion problem: air pollution. While 80% of cities worldwide don't meet the WHO standards for healthy air-quality levels, and 92% of the world population lives in dangerously polluted areas, cities face difficulties in putting together accurate pictures of their air-quality data," says Daniel Elkabetz, Business Development Director at BreezoMeter. "We're here to work together with the city, and by using cutting-edge pollution analysis, we are able to provide actionable and real-time information that will lead to improvements in air-quality levels." One key aspect of BreezoMeter's software platform is that it provides Smart Cities with the actionable information they need to make the informed decisions required to mitigate air pollution and increase the level of wellbeing for their citizens. The software would, for example, be able to identify areas where air pollution is likely to move over the course of a few hours, therefore enabling city officials to strategically limit or reroute traffic in those areas. It could also connect additional air-quality sensors, analyze their data and recommend the best locations to place them. BreezoMeter air-quality solutions for cities are available in most parts of the world as a standalone SaaS, integrated into an ecosystem of partners, or easily integrable into your current IT system.