Nov 25, 2022


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First Nameteus

Last NameHagen

What is the name of your organization?ver. Behoud de Parel


What best describes the type of organisation that you are representing?Non-Governmental Organisation

Where are you based?De Bisweide 22, Grubbenvorst, 5971 AZ, NL

Name of the equipment
MySense meetkit
The number of these devices used in your initiative (estimation):
  • DIY product – we bought parts
Measured parameter (you can select several)
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • VOC
PM1 – Unit
Nova, Plantower, Sensirion
PM1 – Technology
laser scattering
PM1 – Range of measurement
PM1 – Service life
4 year
PM1 – Detection limit
2-100 mu
PM2.5 – Unit
nova, Plantower, Sensirion
PM2.5 – Technology
laser scattering
PM2.5 – Range of measurement
PM2.5 – Service life
4 year
PM2.5 – Detection limit
2-100 mu
PM10 – Unit
Nova, Plantower, Sensirion
PM10 – Technology
laser scattering
PM10 – Range of measurement
PM10 – Service life
4 year
PM10 – Detection limit
Temperature – Unit
Bosch, Sensirion
Temperature – Range of measurement
-20-50 oC
Temperature – Service life
4 year
Temperature – Detection limit
0.3 oC
Humidity – Unit
Bosch, Sensirion
Humidity – Range of measurement
0-100 %
Humidity – Service life
2 year
Humidity – Detection limit
VOC – Unit
VOC – Range of measurement
VOC – Service life
2 year
Are there any other technical details you would like to share?
data communication via LoRaWan, microcontroller PyCom, Solar/Accu or 5V DC energy
Communication type
  • Lora
  • Wifi
Energy type
  • Solar
  • Battery
  • USB
Does your device allow SD cards?
  • No
Temporal resolution
2 minute sample, every 15 minutes
Where are you measuring air quality?
Device’s location
  • Street – public domain
  • Street – private domain
  • Home
  • Public building
Level of expertise required to operate
Simple if you take the time to read the documentation
What is the approximate market price per unit?
150-250 euro
Are there any maintenance costs? If possible, provide a figure
100 euro/year

What is the name of your initiative?MySense

How would you describe the main mission of your initiative?Measure/monitor air quality, Raise awareness/education, Advocate for air quality policies, Air quality modelling

Please provide a short description of your initiative (What is being done? Who is participating? What are your main goals?) This text will appear on the main page.airquality measurements in agricultural environment. Apply an airquaility network of low costs sensors: dust, NH3, NO2, temp, RH

Who is your main audience?Citizens, Non- Governmental Organisations, Other government administrations

If possible, provide the list of partners involved in the initiative.Smart Emission Nijmegen, Meet je Stad Amersfoort, RIVM NL

How is this initiative funded?Association initiative

Please provide an estimation of the total budget of the initiative (in €):50 000 – 100 000

What is the duration of the initiative?More than 5 years

How many participants (citizen scientists, volunteers, etc.) have been involved (approximately)?1 – 25

Website that presents your initiative

Please share any other relevant/interesting links about your initiative:real time measurements, measurements are real time published on own website, Sensors.Community, NSL/RIVM Samen Meten, and others.

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Are you using a platform for data visualisation?Yes, we have created our own data platform

Add the public URL (if any)

Is your platform open source?Yes

Are there any other interesting links related to the data platform?githup

From 0 (the lowest) to 5 (the highest), how easily accessible and user-friendly is your platform?4

What are the estimated costs related to the data platform (subscription if any, development costs…)20.000 euro

Are you providing open data?Yes

How is the data made accessible?Export (csv, geojson..)

If any, what qualitative or quantitative indicators (e.g., AQI, alerts…) are you calculating?AQI/LKI

How frequently is the data refreshed in the data platform?every hour

How long does it take before the newest data is available on your platform?immediate

Do you give access to historical data?Yes

What type of data visualisation do you provide?Statistics / Indicators / Charts, Maps, Report

Would you like to share with us any additional information? (Max 300 words)cooperation is provided with monthly on-line and half year physical meetings e.g. via Samen Meten from RIVM.

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