AirProbe PC Sync
AirProbe PC Sync is the air quality application developed for EveryAware project and for users that do not have an Android smartphone and that cannot use the AirProbe application.
This application can be used on any Windows PC and can transfer data recorded by the SensorBox during the day to the […]
AirProbe is the air quality application developed for EveryAware, a project whose aim is to let citizens measure and be aware of air quality around them, through the combined use of a sensor box and this application, installed on an Android phone. The sensor box records the concentration of pollutants in […]
AirProbe is the air quality application developed for EveryAware, a project whose aim is to let citizens measure and be aware of air quality around them, through the combined use of a sensor box and this application, installed on an Android phone. The sensor box records the concentration of pollutants in the […]
One of the objectives of the “Every Aware” project is monitoring some environmental variables of the surrounding environment, such as temperature, relative humidity and some air pollutants: carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), volatile organic compounds (VOC) and ozone (O3).
For this purpose we developed a dedicated “sensor box” based on an Arduino chipset, that, […]
In the EU-FP7-funded EveryAware project a SensorBox is built that will be used in community-based air quality monitoring in Belgium, Italy and the UK. It is conceived as a portable multisensor array or “e-nose” using commercially available electrochemical and metal oxide gas sensors that have shown to react to traffic-related pollution. Further tests […]
Community-based monitoring (CBM) encompasses different levels of citizens’ participation going from opportunistic sensing to crowd sourcing, participatory data collection and “citizen science”. In the urban environment with its complex physical and social interactions CBM can help in collecting data at a spatial and temporal scale that corresponds best to inhabitants personal environment and […]
There is now overwhelming evidence that the current organisation of our economies and societies is seriously damaging biological ecosystems and human living conditions in the very short term, with potentially catastrophic effects in the long term. The enforcement of novel policies may be triggered by a grassroot approach, with a key contribution from […]