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How clean is the air you breathe?
Install the hackAIR app and find out! 

Check the air quality in your neighbourhood and contribute your own measurement:
simply upload a photo of the sky! 


The hackAIR app is easy to use, free and fun! 
Launch today for Android and iOS!

Download the hackAIR app here
Let's co-create an air quality map of Europe

hackAIR combines sensor data from citizens, governmental sources and other projects. This creates one comprehensive map of particulate matter pollution. Together, we’re gradually covering more and more neighbourhoods across Europe.

How many sensors are already in your vicinity? Check it out!

Build your own hackAIR air quality sensor
Building a hackAIR sensor:
a workshop in Berlin by hackAIR partner BUND
hackAIR partner BUND hosted a workshop in Germany with students and PhD candidates from SDW (Foundation of German Business). Arne Fellermann from BUND writes on the hackAIR blog

"The students happily participated in our first hackAIR sensor test. After a general discussion on air quality, we explained how hackAIR works. In only 20 minutes the students assembled the hackAIR home sensor kit in small groups and connected it to a hotspot. Great fun - exploring and doing together! This workshop has also provided many insights for us as pilot partner - we’re looking forward to building more sensors in the future!" 

You can build a hackAIR sensor at home - check out our tutorials at hackair.eu/tutorials


And once you’ve tried: Send us your stories, questions and suggestions - we are excited to hear from you! 
News & events: stay informed
Do you want to know more about activities of the hackAIR project? Do you want to receive latest news on air quality and citizen science? Are you interested in a workshop to build your own air quality sensor? 
 
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hackAIR is a collaboration of six European organisations working on air pollution, environment, technology, citizen science and research.
The Democritus University of Thrace, Crevis Sprl and the Technological Educational Institute of Athens contribute as third parties affiliated to Draxis Environmental S.A.

This project has received funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 688363. This publication reflects only the author's view and the Research Executive Agency or European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

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