What is the name of your organization?DDQ Pocket Science
What best describes the type of organisation that you are representing?Private sector
Where are you based?Kloosterweg 1, Heerlen, 6412 CN, NL
What is the name of your initiative?Run 4 Science / iSPEX 2
How would you describe the main mission of your initiative?• Measure/monitor air quality
• Raise awareness/education
• Commercialize air quality sensors
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.With a variety of our sensors and mobile phones, citizens can run/hike/bike to measure air and water quality.
Who is your main audience?• Citizens
• Non- Governmental Organisations
• Other government administrations
• Universities and/or research institutes
If possible, provide the list of partners involved in the initiative.COS4CLOUD EU Project (Mobis). Leiden University (iSPEX 2), RIVM,
How is this initiative funded?• Partially funded European project
• Private programme
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 initiativehttps://run4science.org
Are you using a platform for data visualisation?Yes, we have created our own data platform
Add the public URL (if any)https://mobis.ddq.nl
Is your platform open source?Yes
Are there any other interesting links related to the data platform?In development and project specific.
Are you providing open data?Yes
How is the data made accessible?Export (csv, geojson..), API
How long does it take before the newest data is available on your platform?Real time
Do you give access to historical data?Yes
What type of data visualisation do you provide?Maps, Report
Would you like to share with us any additional information? (Max 300 words)The platform is already active and hosting some citizen science initiatives like light pollution (https://seeingstars.pocket.science) .
We provide interopability using OGC standards and open JSON.
Feedback for users comes in-app. We still ar looking for funding to create nice user friendly maps for citizen science initiatives like run4science (partially paid trough EU funding).