Monitoring air-quality in real-time and putting people first through open data.

Overview: In response to COVID-19, we are launching air quality sensors in high-traffic areas near Miami-Dade Metro Rail to monitor in real-time air quality. We hope to report this data to the general public and work with Miami-Dade County to build a framework for smart city initiatives putting people first.


Status: Active

Team Size: 5-10

Partners: Miami-Dade County

Start Date: June 1, 2020 End Date: Dec 15, 2020

Needs: Data Analysts, Sensor Installation Volunteers, Civic User Testing Volunteers

Feedback needed.

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