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Precision and AI for pollen allergy sufferers

With the help of Swiss precision and AI, pollen allergy sufferers should be able to breathe easier in the future. In the following two radio reports from Swiss Radio and Television SRF and Deutschlandfunk Nova, our system is presented to the general public.

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Real-time pollen data for Switzerland

The start of the 2021 birch blossom season is imminent. At the same time, the first real-time pollen data for Switzerland are available online. MeteoSwiss is making the data available in real time in an initial pilot phase. Once per hour, the measured concentrations are transmitted automatically.

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ESA2020 Blog Post
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ESA 2020 - a brief review

A brief review of ESA2020, a highlight for Swisens and all those involved. Like most exhibitions and conferences this year, ESA 2020 had to give way to the virus.

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Proof of Concept Phase Team Swisens and MeteoSwiss
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Successful proof of concept phase

The Swiss Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology, MeteoSwiss, recently completed the successful proof of concept phase for the new Swiss automatic pollen monitoring network, which is being developed in collaboration with Swisens.

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Swisens Poleno with Spores Aerosol Generator
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Testing of Spore Aerosol Generator

The first prototype of the Spore Aerosol Generator applies a horizontal airflow onto fungal cultures. Consequently, the generation of bioaerosols is possible in a controllable and easy manner.

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startupcity award swisens cleantech
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The Swisens success story

Swisens is one of the most promising cleantech start-ups in Europe. STARTUPCITY awarded Swisens with the award and wrote an article. In the dedicated article, CEO and co-founder Erny Niederberger gives insights into the company's success story. The seeds of innovation were planted when Erny Niederberger developed sensitive smoke detectors for his former employer. The challenge was to reliably differentiate between smoke, water vapor and dust particles while at the same time deriving the sensitivity to different aerosol particles in the ambient air.

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