Not only are homes getting smarter, but cities are too. Climo monitors airs quality using about eight sensors, and we got a first look at the technology as it’s being tested here in Las Vegas during CES 2018.

This time on All Hands on Tech we take a look at some of the technology that will be vital as we look at the future of the smart city. Enter Bosh; it’s new air quality monitor, Climo, is powered in part by an Intel Core processor, and comes with data monitoring dashboards connected to eight sensors to keep track of a city’s air quality.

Bosh is currently running a test pilot of Climo in Las Vegas this week during CES.

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