Common Sense: what if every mobile device had an air quality Sensor?
We are developing mobile sensing technologies that help communities gather and analyze environmental data. We hope that this hardware and software will empower everyday citizens to learn more about their environment and influence environmental regulations and policy.
We have developed various research prototypes, which are being used in studies such as a deployment on street sweepers in San Francisco and a deployment of a handheld device in West Oakland. Right now we are focusing our efforts on air quality sensing. Our hope is that our research prototypes will demonstrate the utility of embedding environmental sensors in commercial commodity devices such as mobile phones.
The Common Sense Team:
Paul M. Aoki (Intel Labs Berkeley)
Prabal Dutta (U.C. Berkeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences)
Rob Ennals (Intel Labs Berkeley)
R.J. Honicky (Nokia Research Center)
Neil Kumar (U.C. Berkeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences)
Alan Mainwaring (Intel Labs Berkeley)
Chris Myers (Isopod Design)
Eric Paulos (Carnegie Mellon University)
Ali Rahimi (Intel Labs Berkeley)
Nima Reyhani (U.C. Berkeley Department of Statistics)
Sushmita Subramanian (Intel Corporation)
Wesley Willett (U.C. Berkeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences)
Allison Woodruff (Intel Labs Berkeley)
Rui Xiao (Intel Labs Berkeley)