Quantified Planet will use their bicycle with accompanying trolley and collect the data through sensors loaded into the Global Goals Lab cloud and published openly through the Quantified Planet API.
They want to see how much data they can collect using bikes packed with sensors. Quantified Planet will publish the data and visualize it in real time on the Quantified Planet open data platform. The whole thing is a great big experiment to support urban health and United Nations Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.
The idea is that this will serve as a pilot project for a more comprehensive and full-scale project later this fall and spring. The Bicycle will start trials in Sweden’s university cities: Stockholm, Linköping, Gothenburg, Malmö, Lund, Växjö, Västerås, Uppsala, Gävle, Sundsvall and Umeå.
7 September: Kista with a kick-off lunch for partners at Intel IoT Ignition Lab
12.00 Linköping,(Vallastaden) Inspiration talk for hack by Maja Brisvall, CEO, Quantified Planet,
18.00, East Hack Sweden. Developers will work on the testbed. The sensor bike is part of innovation exhibition.
11 September: Gothenburg
12 September: Malmö
13 September: Lund
14 September: Växjö
16 September: Västerås
17 September: Uppsala
18 September: Gävle
19 September: Sundsvall
20 September: Umeå