Assembly:Sensor.community

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Website https://sensor.community, https://luftdaten.info, https://devices.sensor.community
Contact martin@luftdaten.info
Description Community of a large citizen science air quallity measurement network (aka luftdaten)
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Subassembly of Assembly:About:freedom
Tags sensors, sensor network, air quality, luftdaten, low-cost sensors, citizen science, open data, fine dust, noise
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Sensor.community is a worldwide community enabling everyone building low-cost air quality sensors. You may know it as *luftdaten.info* that started in Stuttgart/Germany. The project is building software and instructions for devices measuring fine dust particles and temperature/humidity, but is open for extensions to other sensor types (e.g. noise is currently beta). Everyone can use the free instructions and firmware to build a sensor station and add it to one of the largest citizen science sensor networks, contributing to a data collection that is open data and available for everyone to use. The network grows rapidly, and has 10000 sensor stations already online. If you do not have a station yet: become sensor sponsor and be part of the network!

There will be workshops and sessions you can attend.

Feel free to discuss about the project and get in touch for future developments.