Community Driven Air Quality Sensor Network

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AJ Fisher:

"Ed Bordern from Pachube ... on the creation of a Community Driven Air Quality Sensor Network [1]. His passionate call to arms highlights that we have no realtime system for measuring air quality. Further, what data does exist and has been released by governments is transient due to the sampling method (ie that the sensor is moved from location to location over time). Summarising a workshop on the topic, he discusses how a community oriented sensor network can be created, funded and deployed." (http://ajfisher.me/2011/12/20/towards-a-sensor-commons)


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