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Participatory processes for air quality measurements through hackAIR

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Presentation by Carina Veeckman at the OpenDataDay event 'Towards Clean Air with Open Data'. The event took place at BeCentral in Brussels on Saturday 3 March 2018.

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Participatory processes for air quality measurements through hackAIR

  1. 1. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363     Par$cipatory  processes  for  air  quality   measurements  through  hackAIR   Participatory processes for air quality measurements through hackAIR CARINA  VEECKMAN,  SENIOR  RESEARCHER  @    IMEC-­‐SMIT-­‐VUB  
  2. 2. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363     Easier  access  to  air   quality  informa<on   Par<cipatory   sensing  approach   Awareness  and   behaviour  change               Objec$ve   “Enabling  (communi$es  of)  ci$zens  to  easily  set   up  air  quality  monitoring  networks  for   measuring  outdoor  air  pollu$on  levels  (PM)”  
  3. 3. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Project  management  &   technical  integra$on   Data  discovery  &   integra$on   Dissemina$on  &   exploita$on   Data  fusion     &    pilot  1  in  Norway   Pilot  2  in     Germany   Co-­‐crea$on,     &  engagement   Affiliated   organisa$ons  
  4. 4. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Open  air  quality   datasets  from:  
  5. 5. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Es$ma$ng  air  quality   through  low-­‐cost  sensors   hackAIR  home     hackAIR  mobile     Type  1:  Arduino  Uno  R3  (±  50€)   Type  2:  Wemos  D1  mini  (±  30€)                 Air  quality  sensor:  NOVA  PM  SDS011   We  also  recommend  to  include  a   temperature  and  humidity  sensor   Based  on  PSoC  BLE  CY5671  (±  50€)                     Uploads  the  measurements  through   Bluetooth  on  your  phone    
  6. 6. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Es$ma$ng  air  quality   through  cardboard  sensor   •  Simple  setup:  empty  drinks  carton   +  petroleum  jelly  +  mobile  micro   lens   •  Cut  open  the  drinks  carton  and  cut   one  piece  of  5X5  cm;  add  the  jelly     •  Expose  the  sensor  for  a  full  day  to   outdoor  weather  condi<ons     •  Take  a  picture  with  the  hackAIR   mobile  app  (es<ma<on  based  on   rela<ve  difference  of  colors)  
  7. 7. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Es$ma$ng  air  quality   through  sky  images   •  Take   a   picture   of   the   sky   with   the   hackAIR   mobile   applica<on  (iOS  /  Android)   •  The   hackAIR   mobile   app   es<mates   the   par<culate   pollu<on  through  measured   light   intensi<es   (aerosol   depth)  –  specific  algorithm   •  Picture   is   uploaded   to   the   hackAIR   server   &   gives   you   an  es<ma<on  based  on  the   provided  index       •  Pictures  need  a  good  deal  of   sky  +  not  too  cloudy  +  geo-­‐ loca<on  stamp  
  8. 8. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363     This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363                  
  9. 9. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Jan  2016  –  Dec  2018   YEAR1:  Co-­‐crea<on  of  the  ci<zen  science  tools   YEAR2:  Development  of  the  open  hardware  technologies   YEAR3:  Engagement  of  communi<es  (Feb  2018)  
  10. 10. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363     Some  first  results  ...             122  ac<ve  sensors     578  new  registra<ons       565  applica<on  downloads     206  usable  images  of  the  sky  uploaded     594  engagements  on  Facebook  (7/2-­‐  1/3)     34.046  impressions  on  TwiXer  (7/2  –  1/3)     Addi<onal  test  case  in  BXL     (CleanAirBXL,  InfluencAir,  Bral,  VRT,  etc)  
  11. 11. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363                                                                 Now…       The  engagement   strategy  of  hackAIR  
  12. 12. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Four  levels  of  ci$zen   science  engagement     Level  1     Crowdsourcing     Ci<zen  as  sensors       Level  2       Distributed  Intelligence     Ci<zens  as  basic  interpreters   Level  3     Par$cipatory  Science   Ci<zen  par<cipate  in  problem   defini<on  and  data  collec<on     Level  4   Extreme  Collabora$ve  Science   Ci<zens  par<cipate  in  all  stages  of   the  project,  scien<st  as  facilitator,   co-­‐crea<on  is  central     (Haklay,  2011)  
  13. 13. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Engagement  strategy   •  Simple  task:    Submit  air  quality  percep<ons  &  sky  images     •  Mid-­‐level  task:  cardboard  sensor  and  the  low-­‐cost  sensors   (Arduino  /  Wemos)     •  High  level  task:  Air  quality  beacons  (PSOC)   Ci<zens  can  use  the  hackAIR  tools  to  contribute  with  air  quality   measurements  at  different  levels  of  difficulty,  and  fit  for  specific   target  groups:  
  14. 14. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Engagement  strategy   •  Or  actually..     An  engagement-­‐related  behaviour  change  approach     •  Relying  on  prac<ces  of  community  based  social   marke<ng  +  7E-­‐framework  for  defining  behaviour   change  interven<ons  (Bambust,  2015)     •  A  mix  of  online  an  offline  tac<cs  for  ini<al  and  con<nued   par<cipa<on    
  15. 15. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363               Feedback  on   ci<zen  science   data  quality   Tips  of  the  day     Personalized   recommenda<ons     Gamifica<on   Workshops     Measurement   campaigns   Social  events     Photo  contests   Ambassadors   Storytelling   Social  media   Enthuse   Encourage   Engage   Experience  Enable   Exemplify   Enlighten   Show  me   Help  me   Make  me  
  16. 16. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363              
  17. 17. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363              
  18. 18. This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363     This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s  Horizon  2020   research  and  innova<on  programme  under  grant  agreement  No  688363     Contact: carina.veeckman@imec.be

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