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What is PMCIN?

PMCIN (Particulate Matter Citizen Information Network) is a citizen-participation based project that collects data about the levels of particulate matter and provides scientific data for the analysis of the reasoning behind respective fine dust levels, the prospective solutions, and the evaluations of environmental policies that are associated with particulate matter.

Collaboration

This project is a collaboration between the Korean Community Mapping Center and Mappler in the United States.

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Funding

Particulate Matter Monitoring Sensors are funded by the donations of citizens, educational institutions, and volunteers.

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Data-Driven

The Mappler Air Sensor System: MASS measures the amount of PM 2.5, PM 10, temperature, humidity, and CO2

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Integration

The data collected will be integrated real time with climate, traffic, and industrial facilities

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Mapped

The results analyzed through machine learning and deep learning will be processed into a map form, so everyone can visualize the data with ease

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Research

The data is shared to researchers to further their studies on particulate matter

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