Webinar #2, fall 2020: Stockholm Sensing Platform – mapping urban micro climates
Published Oct 16, 2020
Air quality, heat, noise. These are environmental factors that deeply affect the well-being of people living in cities. Yet, they are hyper-local, fast-pace changing phenomena that are hard to snapshot. The Stockholm Sensing Platform explores the use of fleets of custom-designed mobile and low-cost sensors. By doing this, unique characteristics of Stockholm’s microclimates are captured, and provides use cases in the field of environmental monitoring, civic participation and public health.
Sara Borgström, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Lukas Ljungqvist, City of Stockholm
Simone Mora, MIT Senseable City Lab and Tanay Rastogi, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
This webinar was recorded on 16 October 2020