The 'Internet of Things' is creating new digital technologies to monitor air quality and air pollution. Analogue technologies - gas diffusion tubes - have been used for many years. Is the old technology about to be superceeded by the digital? Or are the two approaches complementary?
Jonathan Callway from the Putney Society will describe the use of gas diffusion tubes for air quality campaigning in Putney - with a good outcome. Andrew Wood from Network for Clean Air will describe the Air Quality Egg - one of the new digital technologies. Find out about the differing technologies. Join the debate.
Public meeting - all welcome. No charge.
Air Quality Egg Video (from Kickstarter): http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/edborden/air-quality-egg
Air Quality Egg Wiki: http://airqualityegg.wikispaces.com/AirQualityEgg
Putney Society Air Mapping Project: http://www.mappingforchange.org.uk/portfolio/citizen-science-used-to-monitor-local-air-quality-in-communities-across-london/
Diffusion Tubes (Defra): http://uk-air.defra.gov.uk/library/reports?report_id=499
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Network for Clean Air
Network for Clean Air works with people and communities (including communities of interest) for better air quality and less air pollution.
About Network for Clean Air: http://www.cleanairuk.org