air quality sensing powered by citizen science

together we can map air pollution

our hardware is non-profit and open-source

 

Delivery of sensors to the Municipality of Córdoba

The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of the Nation, held a virtual meeting with provincial and municipal officials from Cordoba in which the delivery... See more

open-seneca joins ARM's innovation hub

The Arm ecosystem is constantly delivering exciting new products that transform the way we live and work. These designs showcase the breadth, strength, and diversity of Arm’s product portfolio... See more

C40 Women4Climate Tech Challenge finalists

Ten innovative women-led tech solutions working towards a sustainable and greener future were selected as the finalists of Women4Climate Tech Challenge on March 5... See more

UNESCO Young Engineering 2020 finalists

open-seneca selected as Top 10 Entrants for the World's Engineering Day for Sustainable Development Young Engineers' Competition 2020... See more

open-seneca presents at the Royal Socity

open-seneca presented their work at the Royal Society's scientific meeting on Air quality in November 2019... See more

open-seneca wins VC Award

Academics and professional members of staff from across the University of Cambridge received the prestigeous awards... See more

Started in 2018, the open-seneca initiative has deployed pilot citizen science networks of low-cost air quality sensors in cities in the UK (Cambridge), Argentina (Buenos Aires and Mendoza), Kenya (Nairobi), and Brazil (Belo Horizonte). The team has in-depth experience in the design of open-source, mobile, low-cost air quality monitors and capacity building in partner cities, the education and engagement of citizens, and calibration, analysis, and visualisation of the data collected with the low-cost sensors to aid with decision making. Read more...

open-seneca personal air quality sensor
The open-seneca team 2020

Pedalling for clean air in Latin America

Using low-cost sensors to raise awareness on air pollution, and to offer governments reliable data to inform clean air public policies... See more

Citizen Science in Kenya's capital Nairobi

Pollution in the Kenyan capital Nairobi is on the rise - and there is no escape from it... See more

Cleaning up our air: empowering developing countries

A student-led initiative working to create a global, mobile, low-cost air pollution sensor network, driven by citizen science... See more

Bicycles can help monitor air quality in cities

In Buenos Aires, volunteer cyclists are measuring the concentrations of particulate matter... See more

Students enable citizens to measure air quality

The team have created the CamBike Sensor, a cyclist's mobile sensor hub for big data citizen science... See more


personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca
personal air quality pm2.5 open-seneca