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Hello again beloved reader. For the past few weeks we've been having fun playing with air quality sensors. Now, if you speak to the people who sell air quality sensors they'll tell you that unless your sensor cost you a load of money, it's probably going to be pants. If you speak to the intrepid ge...

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It's all been a little quiet recently as we've been badgering away behind the scenes. We do however have a little teaser for you. Click here for a sneaky peak at our web based air quality visualisation tool written by team member SBRL.

Air Quality Web is a work in progress so there may be som...

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Robin Harris, Connected Humber member and initiator of the Monitair Air Quality Project talks us through his air quality sensor prototype.

Objective

My objective for this early prototype is to design and build a device able to read SDS011 values for PM2.5 & PM10, BME280 values for temperature, h...

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Today's blog post is by Matt, manager of the Hull Makerspace, Librarian and Connected Humber member.

The Internet of Things. Big data. Smart City. All big buzzwords at the moment and I'm lucky enough to be involved in a group looking at Hull and what we can do. I'm not a big player in the group, b...

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