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"Read the Air": Introducing the Most-Easy-to-Use Air Quality Monitor Ever Built! The Airnote with Safecast

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For Full Event page: https://fabcafe.com/events/tokyo/read-the-air-with-safecast


To celebrate Earth Day 2021, Safecast and FabCafe are organizing an online/offline hybrid event featuring several new IoT devices including the Airnote, the Most-Easy-to-Use Air Quality Monitor Ever Built!, and the bGeigie Zen, the new and improved bGeigie followup to thebGeigie nano featuring a unique mobile radiation sensor.

Safecast is the leading global Citizen Science project that brings open environmental data collected by volunteers around the world. We're joined by Prof Shigeru Koboyashi, a hero in the world of Arduino/DIY, who will provide his views on where we're heading with IoT and environmental measurement in Japan,

The Airnote is an air quality monitoring solution built by Blues Wireless, in partnership with Safecast. Perfect for home, business, and community use, it includes subscription free cellular data across 130 countries, on-device insights, and a complete picture of your environment in a web-based dashboard provided as open data by Safecast. Ray Ozzie, founder of Blues Wireless, will join remotely from Boston, US to talk about the Airnote and the technology that is powering it.

The bGeigie Zen is a mobile radiation sensor based on Safecast original bGeigie. The Zen takes IoT design to the next level by using standard building blocks such as the M5 and a new sensor board, the SafePulse, to build the most cost-effective, easy to build mobile measurement platform. Rob Oudendijk is leading the team designing the bGeigieZen and will talk about how the bGeigie Zen works and what makes it's design unique.


Recommended for:
・People who are interested in air quality monitoring and Internet of Things (IoT) devices
・People interested in Safecast and citizen science projects
・People interested in the latest innovations in mobile environmental data
・People interest in data visualization and open APIs


Capacity
50 (Offline at FabCafe Tokyo)
100 (Online using Zoom)

Price
Offline ticket @FabCafe Tokyo: ¥1,000 (includes 1 drink)
Online ticket @Zoom: Free*

*Donations are always appreciated!
https://safecast.org/donate/


About Safecast
“Safecast has revolutionized citizen-science.”

(Popular Mechanics, March 2018).

Safecast is an international, nonprofit, volunteer organization devoted to collecting open environmental data. After the 2011 Fukushima meltdown, open & trustworthy information was unavailable–Safecast was formed in response, and quickly began monitoring, collecting, and sharing environmental radiation data. Growing quickly in size, scope, and geographical reach, Safecast’s mission is to provide people worldwide with the tools they need to inform themselves by gathering and sharing reliable environmental data in an open and participatory fashion. For more information, please visit safecast.org, or reach out to info@safecast.org.


Thu Apr 22, 2021
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM JST
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オフラインチケット Offline Ticket @FabCafe Tokyo (ドリンク付き, includes drink) SOLD OUT ¥1,000
オンラインチケット Online Ticket @Zoom FULL
Venue Address
道玄坂ピア 1F, 1-chōme-22−7 Dōgenzaka, Shibuya City Japan
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FabCafe Tokyo
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