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Environmental Sensors Help Build Better Cities

Environmental Sensors Help Build Better Cities
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Sensaris has developed wearable sensor devices that help contribute to the development of better urban initiatives.

Kyle Studstill
  • 19 may 2010

Sensaris has developed a wearable device that monitors environmental conditions for the user. Sensors detect levels of air quality, noise, and humidity, mapping these alongside accelerometer and GPS data. Sensaris intends these to be used by groups of individuals looking to contribute to larger community-oriented applications, to include city noise mapping and urban planning initiatives.

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