Singapore 1-Hour Pollutant Standards Index (PSI)

0 - 50 : Good - 51 - 100 : Moderate - 101 - 200 : Unhealthy - 201 - 300 : Unhealthy - Above 300 : Hazardous

WANT TO KNOW WHERE THE HAZE COMES FROM?
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Global Forest Watch is the most advanced hotspots monitoring platform. They provide hotspot information using NASA satellites, together with wind direction, fire risk map and plantation information.

The NEA regional Haze map provides hotspot information using NOAA satellites with daily analysis and visualisation of Haze plume.

The HazeTracker map provides hotspot information from NASA’s MODIS satellite, wind direction, and the boundaries of oil palm and pulpwood concessions in Indonesia. The map also features a map layer from NUS’s CRISP imaging centre that displays the latest (2015) land use data for Indonesia’s peatland areas, as analysed from satellite images.

Hotspot: satellite detection of an area with high temperature. Hotspots come with a confidence level and “high-confidence” hotspots represent fires.

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In collaboration with DataKind SG. All source codes can be find here.

Special thanks to HackerspaceSG for providing space for project discussions!