Get the most comprehensive pollen count data to stay clear of high pollen areas, prepare for health risks, and evaluate long-term trends.
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Our proprietary models measure, process, and analyze data from over a dozen sources, processing many terabytes of data every day for an accurate result.
Real-time, hyperlocal - 1x1 km grid - environmental data is easy to consume through API calls, or on a customized dashboard.
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Ambee’s extensive historical pollen data sets can help you gain crucial insights on environmental triggers from the past, to plan ahead for the future.
Pollen count shows the number of pollen grains that are present in the air for a standard volume.
The different types of pollen allergy are classified based on the severity of the allergy and the type of pollen to cause an allergy. According to allergy data, tree, grass and weed allergies are three primary types.
Pollen count levels range from 0 to 50,000 grains depending on the type of pollen. Safest pollen counts are when the pollen index is low. The higher the pollen index, more is the number of pollen count level.
API key can be copied and inserted in the tab on the Ambee dashboard to make pollen API calls. Pollen app give you real-time pollen count without an API key.
Pollen index is directly correlated to pollen count, which is the measurement of the number of grains of pollen in a cubic meter of air. Low pollen index means the number of pollen count in the air is low and high pollen index means the number of pollen count is high. High pollen index can lead to increased rates of allergic reaction for those with allergic disorders.
Traditionally, pollen count have been calculated using an air-sampling devices such as Burkard Sampler or the Rotorod Sampler. However, this method is considered outdated. At Ambee, we examine multiple pollen station’s historical data and patterns, while taking into account other phenological factors and behaviors. Using the power of proprietary AI and ML models, Ambee’s virtual pollen monitoring station provides reliable, and accurate pollen counts by zip code and allergy forecasts.