#RaspberryPi powered pollution monitor – the AirPi

AirPi: London school kids build Raspberry Pi-powered pollution monitor Wired UK

Two kids from Westminster School in London have created a pollution monitoring system with a Raspberry Pi. It records temperature, humidity, air pressure, light levels and monitors for various pollutants like carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide. They have said that it costs around £50 including the Pi… I’d love to know where they got their cheap sensors from!

Read all about the project at wired.co.uk.

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