Airquality is an important asset for health and wellbeing in today's society. A variety of common hotspots for pollution in the air exist, e.g., building sites, airports, intensive agricultural farming, as well as urban citizens themselves when driving their cars or burning wood or doing a BBQ. Urban and country citizens might recognize this, but have generally speaking limited knowledge of it.
With the widespread availability of sensor nodes and wireless networks, it is possible to conduct more air quality measurement intensively to improve our understanding of air quality. This initiative aims at developing prototype air quality measurement systems that is usable by citizens.
The prototype is a software application, including API with the sensor, Myrianed radio communication, a database and dashboard, which can easily be installed by people that have a non-ICT background.