Keywords

Environmental Data Archive; Sensor Observations; Sharing and Reuse; Semantic Web; Low- cost sensors; Open Archives; SOS; Metadata Harvesting

Location

Session F5: Advances in Environmental Software Systems

Start Date

17-6-2014 3:40 PM

End Date

17-6-2014 5:20 PM

Abstract

We present our explorations towards a low-cost solution for creating an autonomous environmental data archival system. AiRCHIVE is a software platform for providing open access to sensor data with different ways, that account for machine interoperability. It is built with Raspberry Pi, a low-cost, pocket-size computer, and Air Pi a low-cost amateur sensory kit for air quality monitoring. Raspberry Pi with AirPi allowed us to easily capture raw sensor data and store them in a local database, and with AiRCHIVE we deployed “on sensor” a web server that provides with a set of services for data preprocessing and dissemination, including an implementation of OGC/SOS services and the OAI/PMH harvesting protocol.

 
Jun 17th, 3:40 PM Jun 17th, 5:20 PM

Towards a low-cost, full-service air quality data archival system

Session F5: Advances in Environmental Software Systems

We present our explorations towards a low-cost solution for creating an autonomous environmental data archival system. AiRCHIVE is a software platform for providing open access to sensor data with different ways, that account for machine interoperability. It is built with Raspberry Pi, a low-cost, pocket-size computer, and Air Pi a low-cost amateur sensory kit for air quality monitoring. Raspberry Pi with AirPi allowed us to easily capture raw sensor data and store them in a local database, and with AiRCHIVE we deployed “on sensor” a web server that provides with a set of services for data preprocessing and dissemination, including an implementation of OGC/SOS services and the OAI/PMH harvesting protocol.