Next Generation Air Quality Platform: Openness and Interoperability for the Internet of Things
AbstractThe widespread diffusion of sensors, mobile devices, social media and open data are reconfiguring the way data underpinning policy and science are being produced and consumed. This in turn is creating both opportunities and challenges for policy-making and science. There can be major benefits from the deployment of the IoT in smart cities and environmental monitoring, but to realize such benefits, and reduce potential risks, there is an urgent need to address current limitations, including the interoperability of sensors, data quality, security of access and new methods for spatio-temporal analysis. Within this context, the manuscript provides an overview of the AirSensEUR project, which establishes an affordable open software/hardware multi-sensor platform, which is nonetheless able to monitor air pollution at low concentration levels. AirSensEUR is described from the perspective of interoperable data management with emphasis on possible use case scenarios, where reliable and timely air quality data would be essential. View Full-Text
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Kotsev, A.; Schade, S.; Craglia, M.; Gerboles, M.; Spinelle, L.; Signorini, M. Next Generation Air Quality Platform: Openness and Interoperability for the Internet of Things. Sensors 2016, 16, 403.
Kotsev A, Schade S, Craglia M, Gerboles M, Spinelle L, Signorini M. Next Generation Air Quality Platform: Openness and Interoperability for the Internet of Things. Sensors. 2016; 16(3):403.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kotsev, Alexander; Schade, Sven; Craglia, Massimo; Gerboles, Michel; Spinelle, Laurent; Signorini, Marco. 2016. "Next Generation Air Quality Platform: Openness and Interoperability for the Internet of Things." Sensors 16, no. 3: 403.
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