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New release of EcoCitizen map and Android app

After a few hectic months we are proud to release massive improvements to both parts of the project, the map site and Android as well, just in time for Tokyo Marathon tomorrow, where Joseph Tame will bravely carry our sensor … Continue reading

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Quick update

Just to give a quick update, the two components of the project, SenspodApp and SensorMap have undergone a major design change. With the current versions no data is lost, the SenspodApp can connect to any Bluetooth device, and the SensorMap … Continue reading

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Significantly improved SensorMap

Now you can adjust the maximum number of markers shown. Use satellite view as the default map view. More gradations to show CO2 levels. We really want to open-source this as soon as possible, but some ugly parts still remain … Continue reading

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Created first version of SensorMap

Yes, it is very spartan, but it works! The SensorMap (or Pollution Map) is created, now the measurements can be visible on the internet. After a bit of cleaning up, we will open up the repository of course, until then, … Continue reading

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Android app can now upload data to the internet

This took a couple of steps: API design for exchanging data between the Android app and the map server Implementation of the web service calls from Android to the map server API Smart data management in the Android app: the … Continue reading

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