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September 7, 2021 26 min

Monitoring the quality of the air we breathe is no easy task. Taking on that responsibility for millions of residents living in Southern California requires endless innovation and a steady hand at the helm to roll out the network of human and technology resources needed to capture, analyze and share the data effectively.

 

In this episode of The Restless Ones, we’ll sit with a technologist who has spent his entire career working for the public’s greater good. As Deputy Executive Officer & CIO of the South Coast Air Quality Management District, Ron Moskowitz believes that process standardization is one of the keys to monitoring our not-so-standard air quality. From rolling out a homemade app to managing a network of over 100 remote air check station, Ron is focused on building consensus and confidence in IT as a human-centered organization. With the ultimate goal of enabling millions of phones and billions of devices to be individual smart monitors via 5G, Ron knows the network is only as strong as the people and the technology behind it.

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