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Esopo: sEnsors and SOcial POllution measurements

In the following we present the idea of a smart sensor distributed platform where users collect pollution measurements by simply placing a small smart device out of their office or home window, a device that interacts with their smartphones. They provide time-geolocalized information that, trough an app, will be made available to the community that will have the chance to control the pollution level and eventually share it on the most popular social networks along with the related user’s opinions and feedbacks. The big data coming from sensors and social networks will be analysed, in combination with local setting area data, in order to have a thorough view of the place the people live in and enhance our environmental conscience. The design of such a project, named Esopo, implies and requires technologies capable of providing data privacy, as it deals also with storing sensitive data, and efficiency, being the corresponding output prone to becoming unusable if not produced in real-time.

2nd Annual International Symposium on Information Management and Big Data - SIMBig 2015, Cusco, Peru, 2015

Autori esterni: Ilaria Guagliardi (University of Calabria, Italy), Michelangelo Rubino (Expert System, Modena, Italy), Raffaele Cozza (University of Milan, Italy), Alessandra Martello (University of Calabria, Italy), Marco Picelli (OverIT S.p.A., Fiume Veneto, Pordenone, Italy), Eustrat Zhupa (Uist St. Paul the Apostle, Ohrid, Macedonia)
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Vittoria Cozza

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Tipo: Articolo in Atti di convegno internazionale con referee
Area di disciplina: Information Technology and Communication Systems
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