I wanted to share that a group of us at the University of Pittsburgh - School of Computing and Information have developed a framework for ‘Social Sensing’ using SCK 2.1 and Slack. We have 20 people enrolled in our pilot project, and we hope to ‘make sense’ of our surroundings with low-cost sensors as well as human context and input.
We have our own web-server that includes some other data sources, including PurpleAir sensors and ‘official’ Allegheny county air quality sensors. https://pittsensing.herokuapp.com/
I want to thank the members on the forum here as well as the developers for their extensive documentation and for building a robust sensing system. We will be holding our first setup workshop tomorrow, and the pilot project will run for 3 months, after which time the participants can continue using the devices and system. We are looking forward to collectively making sense of our environment with low-cost sensors and social tools that connect to them.