Robin Thottungal, chief data scientist and director of analytics, EPA
Few American cities are blanketed in smog any more. But just because New York isn't Beijing doesn't mean there's no room to improve air quality. That's why the EPA is launching a challenge to cities and towns across the country to develop plans for using air quality sensors in a big data sort of way. Robin Thottungal, the EPA's chief data scientist and director of analytics, joins the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.