If you are interested in this project in any way (research, programming, data collecting experiments) please email us at¬†and let’s start the conversation!

Mission statement

Create a system that enables ordinary citizens to measure environmental parameters and physiological parameters using portable sensors, and contribute the collected data to a public or private map server and database. In order to attract as many data contributors as possible, it is critical that all user interfaces are very easy to use and attractive.


Health applications, harmful exposure alerting systems, individual exposure studies, spatial analysis of environmental data, data analysis at the neighborhood level, influence on environmental policy, home made sensors.

Areas of collaboration

Environmental sensors, physiological sensors, programming (android, web), spatial analysis, innovative mobile applications, health applications, event organizing.

Skills required

Programming (android, web), research, statistical analysis, event organizing.

3 Responses to Contact

  1. Ciaran says:


    Ivan Ivan from the Hackerspace mailing list pointed me at your project. We are working on an air pollution monitoring app for iPhone, so I’d love to hear more about your setup and roadmap.

    We agree with you that interfaces must be intuitive and attractive, and are trying to bring citizen science to the masses.

    I’m also part of the Singapore Quantified Self group – if your interests overlap, you should consider joining:


  2. Dear project team,

    I think the ecomobilecitizen app is a great idea, in particular with respect to move towards sustainable and healthy urban living.

    Do you already have any experiences/examples from Europe?

    Kind regards,

    Stefanie Reetz

    • janos says:

      Hi Stefanie,

      Thank you for taking interest!

      The project is still a work in progress, but we are very close to our first official public release. Last month we had a series of experiments in Japan, right now we are working on the necessary technical improvements and final touches before our first release, hopefully next month.

      We do not yet have experiences/examples in Europe. But we are based in Europe, and now as we are getting closer to our first release, we would very much like to reach out to people and organizations to start collecting data for the benefit of everyone. If you have some ideas, we would love to hear them!

      Kind regards,

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