Pollen Historical Conditions API

Pollen historical conditions API for fetching historical information about pollen conditions for a specific location by Meersens
Get access to the data made by Meersens and adopt the pollen historical conditions API with the purpose of fetching historical information about pollen conditions for a specific location. With the system customers are able to filter based on lat, lng, from, to and index_type to receive the response output customers need. Some possible use cases with the historical pollen conditions API are for example; applications, website plugins, life quality index analysis, city planning, environment and climate change analysis and more. It is of course imaginable that clients have unique use cases which weren’t thought of before. It is fantastic to read about them. People use the API within the residency, health, life quality and environment industry. Several ideas of the type of company using the data are health platforms, city planners, life quality analysts, environment platforms and more, typically the customers can be small business, medium business and enterprises. This API has global data coverage available.

Pollen Historical Conditions API endpoints



In order to use the API platform for fetching historical information about pollen conditions for a specific location, you need to connect to the API endpoint; /environment/public/pollen/current to obtain a similar response as in the response output of the example. The API documentation works with all leading coding languages, just add your API key parameter to the API endpoint URL and set it up to your private key to start receiving data. Place the endpoint in the URL to apply for the request. To receive the response desired, make use of the objects and parameters as described in the table.

API filter parameters for pollen historical conditions data

The pollen historical conditions API has the following filter parameters applicable to use.

Pollen historical conditions API object attributes

Find the objects and the description using the table to make use of the API also make use of the different parameters available to be able to attain the required data as an output.
Objects Description
found Whether at least one pollutant value has been found over the period.
values Array of hourly pollen values.
values.datetime ISO_8601 UTC datetime indicating the time the data refers to for this hourly entry.
values.index Pollen index object for this hourly entry.
values.index.index_type Unique identifier of the returned pollen index.
values.index.index_name Name of the returned pollen index.
values.index.qualification Pollen index textual representation.
values.index.description Pollen index textual assessment.
values.index.icon Pollen level associated icon (if any, otherwise null).
values.index.color Pollen level hexadecimal color code.
values.index.value Pollen level value (for numeric indexes only, otherwise null).
values.index.main_pollutants Array of main pollutants identifiers.
values.pollutants Dictionary of available pollutants at the requested point for this hourly entry.
values.pollutants.shortcode Pollutant textual shortcode. Pollutant full name.
values.pollutants.unit Unit in which the pollutant value is returned.
values.pollutants.found Whether the pollutant value has been found.
values.pollutants.value Value of the pollutant in specified unit.
values.pollutants.confidence Pollutant value confidence.
values.pollutants.index Pollutant specific index information
etc etc

Output response of pollen historical conditions API

Example output of the endpoint request. More data is available, this example is limited to make it more readable. Subscribe to the API to receive the full output.
    "found": true,
    "values": [
            "datetime": "2021-11-07T22:00:00.000Z",
            "pollutants": {    
                "ragweed": {
                    "shortcode": "Rag.",
                    "name": "Ragweed",
                    "unit": "grains/m³",
                    "found": true,
                    "value": 4.1,
                    "confidence": 4.5,
                    "index": {
                        "index_type": "meersens",
                        "index_name": "Meersens",
                        "qualification": "Good",
                        "icon": null,
                        "color": "#05b3a4",
                        "description": "Ragweed pollen has a very high allergenic power, the main cause of hay fever. Low risk of allergy to this concentration",
                        "value": 14.28
                "birch_tree": {...},
                "olive_tree": {...},
                "alder_tree": {...},
                "mugwort": {...},
                "grasses": {...}
            "index": {
                "index_type": "meersens",
                "index_name": "Meersens",
                "qualification": "Correct",
                "icon": null,
                "color": "#44b001",
                "value": 32.62,
                "main_pollutants": [
            "found": true

Software development kit

There are SDKs accessible to help the designing of your project, just ask for them and they are sent. Then use the filter objects to filter the right output for you and with the historical pollen index API response in JSON your system is possible to build.

Pollen Historical Conditions API pricing

Samples and trials are free if desired, simply get in contact and inquire for it. You will be able to get access to the historical pollen index data and see if it is precisely that which you are seeking for. After testing it, people can determine if they want to move on with the paid version.

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More info

In the event that you would like historical pollen historical conditions data, it is also accessible through the API, the API has history up until 31 days.

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