There is, and has been, a lot going on — including published papers; grants received; and new development. We’re in the process of updating the details and documentation for all of this. Some of it is already online. Please be patient. We tend to prioritize development over publishing news updates. Please check out some of […]
GSW is Renamed to Sensorcast.org
We’ve been looking for a simple name for some time that is more concise than Global Sensor Web. To this end we’ve settled on Sensorcast.org. Old GlobalSensorWeb.org links should work for continue to work for some time and redirect to Sensorcast.org. The links for the API, data collection and query server are already converted over.
Developing the GSW with the LA Makerspace
The “Big” idea behind developing the Global Sensor Web (GSW) is to create a platform for citizen science whereby various research teams can quickly aggregate and analyze data, even from real time sources such as weather stations and air quality monitors. Part of this development work now involves engaging students in helping to lay out what […]
DECO at Citizen Science June 9th
Hello there, Are you confused about what DECO really is? Why cosmic rays are important? Who we really are? Well then, come on over to the LA Makerspace in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, June 9th for an hour long briefing somewhere between 2pm and 5pm. We’ll be talking about the current state of the project, […]
The Sensorcast is now live
How are the projects coming along for the distributed sensor web? Want to help out? Check out our project wiki.
See our presentation (Android & Cosmic-Rays) at the LA SoCal Code, October 15 & 16 at USC.