A bottom-up collaborative initiative between different IBE-CNR research units that embrace the same approach for sharing and reuse of research data from low-cost sensors.
SensorwebHub [SWH] is an open source platform to facilitate access and sharing of experimental data from meteorological and environmental observation networks. SWH is an infrastructure to support scientific activities at national and international level.
Provide fast data access to agro-meteorological networks used for farmers’ services and for data integration in durum wheat crop modelling research. Manage data from wireless sensors network and low-cost innovative sensors for easy use in precision agriculture research and agricultural sustainability.
Harmonized access and use of heterogeneous data from non–conventional meteorological networks to share knowledge amongst disciplines. Analysis of the accuracy and data quality of each type of low-cost sensor. Platform for school learning on spatially distributed environmental monitoring.
Remote supervision and control method of multiple power generation system using renewable energy from solar panels. Micro-meteorological parameters in real time from photovoltaic systems.
Support a participative sensing approach for urban environmental monitoring. Sharing research data from innovative fixed and mobile sensors and conventional sensors for testing new approaches to multisource data fusion.
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Smart Services Cooperation
Lab, Bologna (Italy)
Barilla G. e R. F.lli S.p.A
Project R.U.M. – Ente Cassa di Firenze
SensorWebBike Application is a collaborative initiative funded under the project
CNR “SMART CITIES – Energia da Fonti Rinnovabili e ICT per la Sostenibilità Energetica”