DATASET

Raw data collected by the AirSensEUR platform

Collection: AirSensEUR : An open software/hardware/data framework for air quality monitoring 

Description

Test (raw non-calibrated) observation data collected from air quality sensors within the AirSensEUR WPK (awarded as part of the 2017 Proof of Concept CfP).

Contact

Email
michel.gerboles (at) ec.europa.eu

Contributors

How to cite

Gerboles, Michel; Kotsev, Alexander; Signorini, Marco; Spinelle, Laurent; Borowiak, Annette; Schade, Sven (2016): Raw data collected by the AirSensEUR platform. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-10122-10001

Keywords

air quality Air Quality Directive CO NO NO2 ozone INSPIRE

Data access

Raw observation data from AirSensEUR (JSON)
URL 
  • Data made available through the 52 North timeseries API.

Raw observation data from AirSensEUR (GML)
URL 
  • Data made available through the OGC Sensor Observation Service.

Publications

Publication
AirSensEUR: and open data/software/hardware multi-sensor platform for air quality monitoring: Part B: Host, influx datapush and assembling of AirSensEUR
Gerboles M; Spinelle L; Signorini M; Kotsev A. AirSensEUR: and open data/software/hardware multi-sensor platform for air quality monitoring: Part B: Host, influx datapush and assembling of AirSensEUR. EUR 28054 EN. Luxembourg (Luxembourg): Publications Office of the European Union; 2016. JRC102703
  • Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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  • Abstract

    AirSensEUR is an open source platform developed by the Joint Research Centre and LiberaIntentio, a SME specialized in Internet of Things, for monitoring ambient air quality by specialized laboratories, public bodies or citizens using low-cost sensors. All development aspects owned by JRC about AirSensEUR are made freely available through the use of public licenses. AirSensEUR has the capacity to behave as a node within a network of multi sensors assuring interoperability and compliance with the INSPIRE Directive. It consists of a sensor shield that holds the sensors for gaseous and ancillary measurements and a host (electronic board) that integrates functionalities shared by sensor shields including datapush, GPS positioning, CPU and programing languages. The first AirSensEUR sensor shield was presented in a previous report of the series of AirSensEUR reports. This report presents the host development, the AirSensor assembly with sensor boxes and InFlux dataPush.

Publication
AirSensEUR: an open data/software/hardware multi-sensor platform for air quality monitoring. Part A: sensor shield
Gerboles M, Spinelle L, Signorini M. AirSensEUR: an open data/software/hardware multi-sensor platform for air quality monitoring. Part A: sensor shield. EUR 27469. Luxembourg (Luxembourg): Publications Office of the European Union; 2015. JRC97581
  • Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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  • Abstract

    The use of mobile low cost sensors for regulatory purposes or citizen observatory projects is quickly developing.

    Although several sensor systems have appeared the last years, generally developers cannot tackle the whole set of open problems regarding their use and the accuracy of the information they provide. Currently air pollution using low cost sensors involves fast growing private companies and/or public institutes specialized in digital technologies. Unfortunately, a great deal of effort is wasted by repeating the same research by several private companies/public institutes or within several European projects. Moreover, when a technological solution is found, it is generally subjected to confidentiality aspects of the intellectual property right. In order to facilitate the use of sensors by diminishing the operational and development costs, the Joint Research Centre is developing a multi-sensor platform, called AirSensEUR, for the monitoring of air pollution at low concentration levels. All development aspects owned by JRC about AirSensEUR is made available to all stockholders though the use of public licenses. AirSensEUR is developed as an open software/open hardware object that has the capacity to behave as a node within a network of multi sensors assuring interoperability and compliance with the INSPIRE Directive.

Geographic areas

European Union

Temporal coverage

From date To date
2016-12-01 N/A

Additional information

Published by
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Created date
2018-12-14
Modified date
2018-12-20
Issued date
2016-12-01
Landing page
https://airsenseur.org/ 
Language(s)
English
Data theme(s)
Environment, Science and technology
Update frequency
continuously updated
Identifier
http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-10122-10001
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