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The AirBox project visited Communication Networks Institute (CNI), TU Dortmund

Dr. Ling-Jyh Chen, the key Principle Investigator of the AirBox Open Source Project in Taiwan, visited Communication Networks Institute (CNI), TU Dortmund on 15 June. He is the Director of Department of Information Technology Services of Academia Sinica. His most recent project is the “AirBox project", which is based in Taiwan and operated in a grassroots fashion with more than 4,000 deployments across 37 countries till March 2018. The project enables PM2.5 monitoring at a finer spatio-temporal granularity and enriches environmental data analysis by making all measurement data freely available for everyone. The data portal of this project has become the most popular data source about PM2.5 distributions in Taiwan. This project also inspires citizen science in which industrial and academic participants are making contributions to the open-source participatory ecosystem for PM2.5 monitoring.


Dr. Ling-Jyh Chen's personal website and his research profiles (https://sites.google.com/site/cclljj/)

AirBox: A Participatory Sensing Ecosystem for PM2.5 Monitoring (https://pm25.lass-net.org)