Estrin-2009-oct-12-mit-engaging-data

Estrin-2009-oct-12-mit-engaging-data - Participatory...

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Enabled by >3 x 10 9 mobile phone users, increasingly with gps, imagers, UI Motivated by 6 x 10 9 people on planet earth and their concerns. .. Participatory Sensing: from ecosystems to human systems Deborah Estrin UCLA, Center for Embedded Sensing System 1 Friday, October 16, 2009
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real time ( always on) real place ( always carried) real context ( historical, environmental, spatial, social ) Mobile smartphones + web/cloud services + social networking engage data in the context of applications: civic data campaigns transportation patterns health 2 Friday, October 16, 2009
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Civic and Citizen Data Campaigns coordinated, real-time, geo-coded, tagged, images and prompted entries Paper Aluminum Plastic Waste GarbageWatch Recycling Practices on Campus What’s Bloomin Blooming Flora on Campus 1 2 3 4 5 3 Friday, October 16, 2009
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4 Invasive Plants Campaign - “What’s Invasive!” w/National Park Service, Santa Monica Mountains Harding grass Perennial pepperwood Poison hemlock Spanish broom Terracina spurge Yellow starthistle 4 Friday, October 16, 2009
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Invasive Plants Campaign - “What’s Invasive!” New distributions and significant advancement of some invasive species have occurred within that last 3 years since the original survey. Conservation specialists at the NPS, armed with this new data, can focus attention on managing areas that are newly invaded. Results from the two- week What’s Invasive! indicate data quality is comparable. 2006 The weed survey that ended in 2006 took 2 years and thousands of person-hours to complete. Hansen, Graham, Reddy, . .. 5 Friday, October 16, 2009
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Personal and community sustainability tool: PEIR: Personal Environmental Impact Report PEIR UI http://peir.cens.ucla.edu 6 Friday, October 16, 2009
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Example: Biketastic: bicycle commuters document, plan, share route data ...to promote safe cycle commuting Collects: location, duration, stops/ starts, roughness, prompted images/tags Web interface compares route qualities Mash up routes with air quality, traffic conditions, accidents 20 http://biketastic.com location+motion trace augmented with images and tagging 8 Friday, October 16, 2009
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Monitoring exposure to cookstove pollution in rural India: profle daily activities, exposure to indoor air pollution, at unprecedented detail (Ramanathan et al) GPS, accelerometer traces
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