Stephanie Keogh and the Terrain-AI team based in the National Centre for Geocomputation
The Urban sense project is one of several initiatives being developed by Terrain-AI*, a large-scale research project focused on understanding emissions of greenhouse gases across terrestrial environments, led by MU Professors Tim McCarthy and Rowan Fealy. As part of this project 20 greenhouse gas sensors have been deployed across both residential and commercial areas in Dublin. The sensors, which measure greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane, as well as air quality parameters and weather variables, will provide a real-time visual pulse of the city, reflecting differences in land use, seasonal cycle in vegetation growth, weather events and even hourly patterns of traffic moving in and around the city streets. Our event will showcase the Urban Sense platform and allow attendees to explore the temporal and spatial patterns of GHGs under different weather events and human activity across the Greater Dublin Area. For more information about the project please see here.
*Terrain-AI is funded under the Strategic Partnership Programme by Science Foundation Ireland and Microsoft under Grant number SFI 20/SPP/3705.
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