The Air Quality Egg is a low-cost environmental sensor capable of sensing NO2, CO2, O3, VOC and radiation. The data is realtime, open and published to the Internet for anyone to make use of it. The project has been ‘crowd funded’ on Kickstarter by 926 backers including 4 cities.
Register your interest in the Air Quality Egg Workshop this August
With the support of Bristol City Council, members of the Bristol Hackspace are organising for the Air Quality Egg team to come to Bristol and run a 30 person workshop to build and subsequently install air quality sensors around the city. The workshop will take place during August (date TBA). You should register your interest now as places are limited.
As an individual, you can book a “standard ticket” for the workshop which will cost £40. This includes your very own air quality egg which you will build and test during the workshop then take home and install. As an organisation you can help make this workshop happen with a “sponsor ticket” for £150 which includes two seats on the workshop for your staff, two air quality eggs and your logo on the project website.