Making mobile environmental stations in « Fablabs » (digital fabrication laboratories) that include several low-cost sensors (i.e. temperature, relative humidity, pressure, NOx, ozone or fine particles PM10 and PM2.5).
Perfroming in situ measurements to evidence the spatial and temporal variabilities of the environmental parameters: in mobile measurement campaigns on one hand, with the help of climatologist-geographers, and in various places with a variety of environmental contexts.
Contributing to the improvement of environmental knowledge by sharing the measurements in a database and by allowing for an online cartography of air pollution.
Inventory of fine particle sensors, tests of the sensors on breadboards, comparison with a certified sensor, data transmission using bluetooth, app and server programming
First general public workshop the 2015 science festival et fablab Sorbonne Universités.
New version of the mobile station, workshops during the 2016 festival with the Master2 Dynarisk students at Fablab Université Paris Diderot and Fablab Sorbonne Universités.
Design of a data-logger version (without smartphone), integration of new sensors (NO2, ozone...), design of a 'homemade' fine particle sensor.
New version of the mobile station, using easy to plug Grove connectors. Measurements in the neighborhood of Cité des sciences et de l'industrie in collaboration with Carrefour numérique² and CommUn'Jeu..
New version of the mobile station and new enclosure. Measurements in Caen in collaboration with Le Dôme.
Since january 2019 AirCitizen is taking part to MuséoCamp at Cité des sciences et de l'insdustrie and participate in the project Respirons mieux dans le 20e.
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