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Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community
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Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community

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talk held @ Future Internet Symposium, Towards Digital Earth workshop in Berlin, Germany

talk held @ Future Internet Symposium, Towards Digital Earth workshop in Berlin, Germany

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  • 1. Integrating Human Observations and Sensor Observations – the Example of a Noise Mapping Community Theodor Foerster Institute for Geoinformatics (ifgi) Workshop DE2010 20th September 2010
  • 2.
    • Do you hear it?
  • 3. Threat
    • Hearing loss
    • Cardiological effects
    • Stress
    • Annoyance
  • 4. Different emitters
    • Traffic
    • Airport
    • Industries
    • Everywhere!
  • 5. Example
    • Example - no fake
    • SFO airport
    source: stern.de
  • 6. SFO map Source: tx-sfo.airportnetwork.com
  • 7. Legal motivation source: European Commission
  • 8. Interest in noise Noise vs. climate change Noise vs. global warming
  • 9. How to share and create noise data
    • Using sensors
    • VGI!
    • Publish data centrally
    • Spatio-temporal analysis
  • 10. Example project source: http://www.mappingforchange.org.uk
  • 11. Noise mapping - currently
    • Not digital
    • No full coverage
    • Only local at a specific time
    • Integration missing
    •  Use case driven & expensive
  • 12. Idea
    • Noise mapping community
    • Constantly measure noise through smart phones
    • Global scale
    • Android app
    • Build the Human Sensor Web
      • Existing Sensor Webs (from authorities)
      • Example: Flightwise.com
      • Human observations
  • 13. Designated sensors source: ibm.com Human sensor observation
  • 14. Architecture
  • 15. Open issues
    • Power consumption
    • Sampling rate
    • Human observations
      • Trust & Accuracy
      • Semantics
      • Validation
    • How to build a community?
      • Incentives & motivation
  • 16. Conclusion
    • Human Sensor Web
      • Applicable to other VGI scenarios
    • Project at the start
    • Still open questions
  • 17. Thanks for your attention!
    • swsl.uni-muenster.de
    • Theodor Foerster
    • [email_address]

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