This is a live compilation of results in what we call European Projects.
- Making Sense: advances and experiments in participatory sensing. (Grant agreement Nº: 688620). Making Sense explored how open source software, open source hardware, digital maker practices and open design can be effectively used by local communities to fabricate their own sensing tools, make sense of their environments and address pressing environmental problems in air, water, soil and sound pollution.
- iScape: Improving the Smart Control of Air Pollution in Europe (Grant agreement Nº: 689954). iScape works on integrating and advancing the control of air quality and carbon emissions in European cities in the context of climate change through the development of sustainable and passive air pollution remediation strategies, policy interventions and behavioural change initiatives.
- GROW Observatory: (Grant agreement Nº: 690199). A citizens' observatory for growers, researchers and decision makers, aiming to build better soil through Citizen Science.
Documents and resultsLink
- Making Sense Citizen Sensing A Toolkit book
- Making Sense D.23 Smart Citizen Toolkit report
- Making Sense D.24 Smart Citizen Toolkit report updates
- iScape Results (iScape site)
- iScape Results (cordis site)
- ISCAPE D7.8 Sensor monitoring experiences and technological innovations
Find below some of our own publications, or others' that have used the Smart Citizen hardware and software.
- Special Issue on Open tools for environmental monitoring: Hardware X - 2019
- A citizen science approach for enhancing public understanding of air pollution
- Citizen Sensing: A Toolkit
- Onboarding Communities to the IoT
- Laboratory evaluation of particle size-selectivity of optical low-cost particulate matter sensors: study lead by the Finnish Meteorological Institute, as part of the iScape project
- The influence of the vegetation cycle on the mitigation of air pollution by a deciduous roadside hedge - Thor-Bjørn Ottosen, Prashant Kumar: study lead by the University of Surrey, as part of the iScape project
- Evaluation of low-cost sensors for quantitative personal exposure monitoring - Sachit Mahajan, PrashantKumar: study lead by the University of Surrey, as part of the iScape project
- How to get the best from low-cost particulate matter sensors: guidelines and practical recommendations: study lead by the University of Bologna, published as part of the Special Issue for Sensors for Particulate Matter and Air pollution