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Alberta Residents Monitor BC Wildfire Effects with Sensors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   By Coral Bliss Taylor July 12, 2017   Calgary, A.B. – Wildfires in British Columbia are affecting air quality indicators in Alberta quite dramatically, as some St. Albert residents recently learned.  Last Saturday, 25 St. Albertans … Read More

Smart Cities in Calgary: How to more than double your sensors in a weekend!

50 air quality sensors have been deployed throughout Calgary, giving Calgary the country’s highest-resolution air quality monitoring network. Following our workshop early October, Calgary saw 50 sensors deployed throughout the city, 30 of them over one weekend. Citizen scientists took … Read More

Sensors popping up all over Calgary!

A growing group of Calgarians are taking the initiative to build a smart city: They’re adopting air quality sensors that feed into the SensorUp Smart Cities Platform. From there, the data combine to form a city-wide map of air quality.  Feeding the … Read More

Announcing the Make-you-own Sensor Workshop!

We’re excited to announce that we’re holding a Make-you-own Sensor Workshop in October! It’s been incredible seeing how many people want to contribute to smart cities in Calgary by connecting an air quality sensor at their home!! We put out a … Read More

Tutorial: Connect your Linklt One to Sensorup SensorThings Playground

Linklt One is a popular IoT development board for prototyping IoT applications. Costing only $59, it offers great value and versatility by combining GPS, GPRS (2.5G), Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in a single board [you can get it here]. This tutorial shows using an open standard-compliant … Read More