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23 Jul 2012Mayor backs new airTEXT service

Londoners and visitors to the capital will be able to receive better information about forecast pollution levels thanks to a brand new app developed by CERC. CERC have also provided improved Twitter services and an enhanced airTEXT website.

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said: 'I have introduced a range of effective measures to cut pollution, including the first ever age limit for taxis, tougher standards for the London Low Emission Zone and more cleaner buses. It is also important that we improve information to help those whose health can be affected when pollution levels are higher. We've been delighted to help airTEXT develop their brand new and enhanced information service for Londoners and visitors.'

Read more on the airTEXT website.

23 Jul 2012Emission Factor Toolkit version 5.1.2 released

A new version of the Emission Factor Toolkit has been released. CERC plan to include the vehicle emission factors from this tool in updates to ADMS-Urban, ADMS-Roads and ADMS-Airport by September 2012.

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9 Jul 2012airTEXT smart phone app launch

An air quality forecasting and alert service launch for airTEXT was held at the City Hall in London on 9th July 2012. Smart phone users can now download a free app which provides daily forecasts of air pollution, UV, grass pollen and temperature across London area.

The airTEXT website has also been redesigned to provide information on air quality at the Olympic Game sites.

15 Jun 2012EMIT 3.1 now available

We are pleased to announce that EMIT version 3.1 has been released. Details can be found on our What's new in EMIT 3.1. Customers who have valid support can receive the upgrade through a download link.

28 May 2012airTEXT features in Mayor's Olympic air quality advice

In a recent question and answer session, the Mayor of London has given advice to Olympic athletes on using airTEXT alert services to keep them informed of possible health risks caused by air pollution.

Details can be found on the Greater London Authority website.


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