Citizen Sensor is a DIY and open-source hardware and software initiative to encourage personal and community pollution monitoring. Development has been done in both mobile and stationary forms and has been used in educational, research, and artistic applications around the world.

Please visit the Development Blog and follow @citizensensor for news, updates, and more information about the ongoing project

MOBILE ACCESSORY

  • Designed to be wearable
  • Bluetooth cell phone peripheral
  • Uses phone’s data connection
  • Modular. Sensors are "plug and play" allowing you to measure what you want, when you want.


OPEN DATA

EDUCATIONAL TOOL

  • Environmental data curriculum
  • DIY units assembled by students
  • Learn about our immediate world
  • Developed for the C3 Project, at the NY Hall of Science, Summer 2010


STATIONARY VERSION

  • Connect via Ethernet to database
  • Measurements of a static location
  • CO, CO2, Dust, Light, Noise, more
  • More about stationary units can be found on the development blog.