NSF funded MRI: Development of an Urban-Scale Instrument for Interdisciplinary Research
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CommunitySensing

The ddiLab at Northern Illinois University is part of the Array of Things project led by Argonne National Laboratory and The University of Chicago; with the goal of involving undergraduate students in research and development. The ddiLab in addition to participating in the testing and deployment of AoT Nodes, has been working on hardware systems that share in the goals of of the AoT project in the collection of real-time data from the environment, infrastructure sources, and human activity. The team has also been building jupyter notebooks for others to learn how to investigate and explore the output of these system.

Notebooks we have built:

  • Introduction to Raspberry Pi
  • Introduction to Raspberry Pi with Sense HAT

The ddiLab Community Sensing Team:

  • Michael E. Papka
  • James Bonasera
  • Thomas Franczak
  • May-Myo Khine
  • Kevin White
  • Alex Wills

This work is part an NSF funded MRI: Development of an Urban-Scale Instrument for Interdisciplinary Research.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. OAC-1532133. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.