OzoneMap

OzoneMap


OzoneMap provides a real-time ozone map that allows residents of the Houston, Texas region to make informed decisions about protecting their health by limiting personal exposure to unhealthy levels of ground level ozone.

Ozone does not reach unhealthy levels every day, and even when we do experience an ozone event it is not necessarily dangerous for the entire Houston region.

The easy to interpret ozone visualization, based on monitored values from the Houston region's 40+ ozone monitors, allows users to check when and where ozone has reached unhealthy levels in real-time. In fact, the users have two visualization options: In the default visualization option the ozone event is treated similar to a storm event: if no ozone is present then the map is clear. In the alternative visualization option if no ozone is present the map is painted green.

Users can also access past data as well as customize the map for interpolated values at specific locations such as your home, child's school or favorite outdoor recreational area.

OzoneMap was developed by the Computational Physiology Lab at the University of Houston in collaboration with the UH Honors College, American Lung Association and Air Alliance Houston.

Recent changes:
Change log:

v. 0.5.4:
Bug fixes & Performance Enhancements

v. 0.5.3:
Added support for both portrait and landscape mode
Map marker shows ozone value while animating

v. 0.5.2:
Update ozone scale information on the app
better spacing between info button and search button
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4.7
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About OzoneMap
OzoneMap provides a real-time ozone map that allows residents of the Houston, Texas region to make informed decisions about protecting their health by limiting personal exposure to unhealthy levels of ground level ozone.

Ozone does not reach unhealthy levels every day, and even when we do experience an ozone event it is not necessarily dangerous for the entire Houston region.

The easy to interpret ozone visualization, based on monitored values from the Houston region's 40+ ozone monitors, allows users to check when and where ozone has reached unhealthy levels in real-time. In fact, the users have two visualization options: In the default visualization option the ozone event is treated similar to a storm event: if no ozone is present then the map is clear. In the alternative visualization option if no ozone is present the map is painted green.

Users can also access past data as well as customize the map for interpolated values at specific locations such as your home, child's school or favorite outdoor recreational area.

OzoneMap was developed by the Computational Physiology Lab at the University of Houston in collaboration with the UH Honors College, American Lung Association and Air Alliance Houston.

Recent changes:
Change log:

v. 0.5.4:
Bug fixes & Performance Enhancements

v. 0.5.3:
Added support for both portrait and landscape mode
Map marker shows ozone value while animating

v. 0.5.2:
Update ozone scale information on the app
better spacing between info button and search button

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 30, 2015
Awesome Now I can see where I can go for a safe run or bike around my city without having to breathe pollution in my air
A Google User
Mar 22, 2015
This region is not suported! If go and search for an region out of USA, nothing more is beeing supported, the world would like to see other frontiers...
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Joshua Emmett Clark Good luck
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Joshua Clark Good luck
A Google User
Apr 18, 2014
Great Informs on air quality