Das OK Lab Stuttgart beschäftigt sich mit aktuellen Themenfeldern wie Open Data, Transparenz und Civic Tech. Im Treffen werden gemeinsam Ideen entwickelt und praktisch erforscht. In Zusammenarbeit mit Code for Germany.
Das OK Lab Stuttgart trifft sich jeden 4. Dienstag im Monat.
Further info: https://luftdaten.info is a network of citizen science pollution monitors around the world. Dr Peter Cock and Dr David Martin are running a ‘build your own sensor’ workshop. No technical skills are required – if you can build Lego then you have the skills. You will need to preregister at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/luftdaten-pollution-sensor-workshop-tickets-60788460923 and there is a charge of £40 to take away your completed sensor, or £5 if you are just wanting to build one for someone else to install. Money will be taken on the night.
What will we do? We will explain how it works, discuss where to place it and then piece them together. We will then show you how to connect it up to your home WiFi and register it at luftdaten so you can contribute to the data gathering.
The workshop is scheduled to run for 2 hours and tea/coffee will be provided.
Des citoyens rennais ont créé, fin 2018, un groupe „Capteurs citoyens & qualité de l’air„, se réunissant à Les Champs Libres dans le cadre des RDV 4C, (Créativité – Collaboration – Connaissances – Citoyenneté), chaque premier jeudi du mois. Notre action se fait en concertation, mais de façon indépendante, avec l’opération Ambassad’Air (mesure citoyenne de la qualité de l’air, sur la seule commune de Rennes).
How clean is Aberdeen’s air? Who knows. Just because the air is clear, it doesn’t mean that it is clean.
Join us on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 2019 at Aberdeen University as we build new devices to add to our network of community-hosted Air Quality sensors; identfiy locations for future sensor deployment; gather data and build some tools to make sense of it; create an archive of historic weather data; predict changes, and create alerts.
The 2-day workshop event is organised by Code the City and partners including 57 North Hacklab, Aberdeen University and local community groups.
Tickets are available here.
In February we started to look at Aberdeen’s air quality. We built a dozen sensors which are now live and generating data. You can see these, and others that people have now built on this map. Our aim is to build the network to 50 by the end of June and 100 by the end of December.
The devices are based on the Luftdaten model and form part of a network of almost 26,000 already connected sensors world-wide. All generated data is made available as Open Data.
There will be a sensor-building session on each day. In addition we will identify a number of challenges, agree which ones we will tackle, split into project groups and work on those. There will be breakfast and lunch provided on each day, and pizza for supper on Saturday. More details are available on the Eventbrite page.
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License for directory airrohr-firmware is GPL v3
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