Build your own sensor that measures air quality and learn more about Open Data

Do you want to measure the air quality where you live? Are you curious about open data and how measurements made by citizens can contribute to increased insights on air quality?

On Friday, April 5, during the International Science Festival of Gothenburg, you have the opportunity to build your own sensor and at the same time take part of a number of exciting inspirational lectures on everything from air quality to data. You can then take the sensor with you and put up where you live.

Drop-in for sensor building throughout the day (10 am to 5 pm) and every full hour an inspirational lecture is held on open data, smart cities, various air quality projects and much more.

Where: Chalmersplatsen 1 (entrance to Chalmers conference)
When: Friday, April 5, 2019, 10:00-17:00

Agenda of the Day
10:00 Open data - so it works. Basic course in open data with Anders Frick.

11:00 LoV-IoT project. Ågot Watne introduces environmental monitoring using IoT.

12:00 Park smarter with real-time data. Students from the P-bolaget about their new environmental smart app.

13:00 SCORE - Smart Cities and Open data RE-use. Eva Kouraki and Kim Lantto present smart EU common solutions.

14:00 Open data - so it works. Continuing course in open data with Anders Frick.

15:00 VirtualCity@Chalmers. Anders Log presents a project about 3D visualization of open data.

16:00 SCORE - Smart Cities and Open data RE-use. Smart solution “IoT- Registry” is presented by Amsterdam city (online / webinar)

Hosts for the activity are the projects SCORE - Smart Cities and Open data RE-use (Interreg North Sea Region) and LoV-IoT - Air and water monitoring with IoT as well as the City of Gothenburg and Johanneberg Science Park.

This event will be held in Swedish except for the IoT-Registry presentation which will be held in English.