Release: PM2.5 Widget Beta

PM2.5 widget beta is released. You can embed the PM2.5 widget on your school’s website or office’s website, even your blog. Then you can check the real-time PM2.5 data more easily.

For embedding the widget, the only thing you need to do is adding the below HTML code in your webpage.

<iframe width="125" height="125" src="" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

Then you can see the widget here.

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Our First User: Ping Sing Elementary School

After 6 weeks hard works of building(coding) our MVP(Minimum Viable Product), finally, we successfully delivered SensorWeb to our first user today. YAY!

Tony, a computer teacher in Ping Sing Elementary School, set up an air quality station SensorWeb Station 0330 for his school. Now we can check the PM2.5 data of the school on SensorWeb platform.

Next step, Tony and SensorWeb team will discuss how to use the air quality data to help students and school.

Tony is happy with our cute and useful station.

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Our First Air Quality Station Is Working

Our first PM2.5 air quality station SensorWeb Station 0330(birthday on GitHub) is working for Mozilla Space Taipei now. The station is created by Particle Photon Arduino-like board and LEGO.

Now, you can check real-time PM2.5 data in Mozilla Space Taipei on SensorWeb platform. If you would like to set up an air quality station in your office(or anywhere), please leave your contact info here or reply in the below.

SensorWeb Station 0330 looks so cute.

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Our First Milestone!

On March 1st, Ari’s posted the four projects to be moved forward in the gating process. The team SensorWeb has undertaken the development work since receiving the green light. We are very pleased to share our first milestone today. In this demo video, you can see how fast and easy it is to set up a PM2.5 sensor on the SensorWeb platform.



Please go to our website and leave us your contact information if you would like to help. We are working on releasing our minimum viable product later this month and will get in touch with a limited number of contributors to test our MVP before rolling out to a larger audience.


Cheers and have a great weekend!

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