Smart City

Omniatec analyzes the city's pollutants in real time

Smart City

Omniatec analyzes the city's pollutants in real time

Our Solutions

Omniatec Smart City

Omniatec is a comprehensive solution that analyzes in real time the pollutants we breathe every day.

It extracts 100% accurate pollution data from fixed and mobile stations.

It uses learning models to interpolate and extrapolate information, allowing to monitor the information from each geographical point in the past, present and future.

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  • Dispositivo Omniatec

  • Análisis y Preedicción


Our Tools and Solutions

At Omnia, we do research to obtain the best results.
We develop solutions that allow us to predict situations, with past and present data collected, to optimize intelligent decision making.

Pollutants Measurement

Real-time Analysis

Air quality measurement centers only generate data based on fixed points in the city. They are not able to associate pollution sources (CO2, CO, NO2, O3 etc.) with their sources of origin. Omniatec allows you to establish such an association and obtain accurate data by combining fixed points with mobile sensors. It is installed on vehicles that move throughout the city, obtaining data that can be consulted at any geographic coordinate and analyzed in time progression.


The essential data we get from our device

Datos y gráficas de Distribución de CO, CO2 , eCO2, NO2, O3, PM10, PM2,5, TVOC, Humedad y Temperatura


Datos y gráficas de Temperatura vs Tiempo

Temperatura vs Tiempo

Datos y gráficas de Previsión de CO, CO2 , eCO2, NO2, O3, PM10, PM2,5, TVOC, Humedad y Temperatura


The pollutant and atmospheric data that
Omniatec Smart City provides us with and that you can consult in real time

Carbon monoxide (CO)

Carbon monoxide, whose chemical formula is CO, is a colorless and highly toxic gas. It can cause death when breathed at high levels. According to 2008/EC/50, it is advisable not to exceed 244.5 ppm.

Carbon dioxide (CO2)

Carbon dioxide is a compound of carbon and oxygen that exists as a colorless gas at standard temperature and pressure conditions. It is closely related to the greenhouse effect. According to OSHA, it is advised not to exceed 5000 ppm.

Carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e)

CO2 equivalent, or carbon dioxide equivalent, is the estimated concentration of carbon dioxide calculated from the known TVOC concentration by its correlation with CO2 exhaled by humans.

Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC)

TVOC is the acronym for total volatile organic compounds. VOCs are all those hydrocarbons that are present in a gaseous state at normal ambient temperature or that are highly volatile at normal ambient temperature. According to OSHA, it is advisable not to exceed 400 ppb.

Particulate Matter < 2.5/10 microns (PM2.5/PM10)

Particulate matter less than 2.5 microns and less than 10 microns includes organic substances, dust, soot and metals. In particular, PM2.5 can come from all types of combustion. According to 2008/50/EC, it is not advisable to exceed an annual average of 40 ug/m3 and a daily average of 50 ug/m3 for PM10. Maximum 25 ug/m3 annual average.

Nitrogen oxides (NOx)

Nitrogen dioxide or nitrogen oxide (IV)2 (NOx), is a chemical compound formed by the elements nitrogen and oxygen, one of the main pollutants among the various nitrogen oxides. According to 2008/50/EC, maximum levels should not exceed 200 ug/m3 for one hour and 40 ug/m3 as an annual average.

Ozone (O3)

Ground-level ozone – not to be confused with the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere – is one of the main components of photochemical smog. It is produced by the reaction with sunlight (photochemical reaction) of pollutants such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) originating from vehicle and industrial emissions and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by vehicles, solvents, and industrial processes. Therefore, the highest levels of ozone pollution occur during periods of sunny weather. According to the WHO, levels should not exceed 100 ug/m3 over an 8-hour average.

Temperature and Humidity (TH)

Temperature and humidity are measured at each point along with the other pollutant factors. These data will also be available for consultation and will help in the estimations.

Environmental Noise

Environmental noise is an accumulation of noise pollution that occurs outdoors. This noise can be caused by transportation, industrial and recreational activities.

Sulfur oxides (SOz)

Wind speed

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Omniatec Smart City Device

Omniatec is a device that collects comprehensive information on pollution which can be installed both on mobile vehicles and static posts.  

Our devices can be integrated in vehicle fleets and static points such as canopies, lampposts, rooftops, among others.

Omniatec Smart City uses the data collected to perform an intelligent analysis and obtain interpolated data for the entire city area, as well as to make future predictions.

into Vehicles

Integrado en taxis o vehículos públicos

Available for
Fixed Posts

Available for installation on canopies, rooftops, etc.

Measurement of

Carbon monoxide (CO), Carbon dioxide (CO2), Carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), Volatile organic compounds (TVOC), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), PM2.5 and PM10: suspended particles of less than 2.5 and 10 microns respectively and Noise pollution

Future Projections

Analysis and Forecasting

Omnia’s tools allow you to analyze and make predictions regarding pollutant metrics.

They also make it possible to interpolate series data and produce future estimates of the models created.

This is how, for example, the Omniatec device analyzes pollution data from different points in the city and processes it to obtain city-wide pollution interpolations and forecasts of what will happen in the next few hours.

Big data analysis
and storage

Omniatec's intelligence-based forecasts


Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Omniatec measures pollutants that are relevant to public health:
– CO, carbon monoxide
– CO2, carbon monoxide
– CO2e, carbon dioxide equivalent
– TVOC, carbon dioxide equivalent
– NOx, nitrogen oxides
– SOx, sulfur oxides
– O3, Ozone
– PM2,5/10, suspended particulate matter less than 2.5 and less than 10 microns
– Noise pollution
– Wind velocity

Omniatec detects pollutants and analyzes data in real time to extract geolocated pollution data and make future forecasts. In addition, Omniatec performs vehicle fleet monitoring. When installed in mobile vehicles, it helps vehicle fleets to know their position in real time.

Omniatec is available on demand in all Spanish cities.

Data is obtained from devices installed in vehicles that travel around the city on a regular basis. These can be public vehicles, cabs, VTC vehicles, shared vehicles, etc.

Omniatec stores and processes Big Data in its own Cloud, where it stores all the data generated daily from all its devices.

Omniatec broadcasts data from fixed points every 20 seconds without interruption, while in mobile vehicles it broadcasts data every 20 seconds when the vehicle is running.

Contact Us

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You can call us at +34911264772. We will be happy to answer all your questions..

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