First up: This is a work in progress, so more information is coming.
This site is the result of a pre-project funded by RFF Nord. The project is a collaboration between
Norut, Telenor, Nobina, Tromsø municipality and the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.
The project's aim is to test IoT-based sensors for air quality measurements. Two sensors have
been mounted on public buses in operating in regular passenger traffic in Tromsø, Norway.
Data gathering started in early December 2017, and is as of January 26th 2018 still ongoing.
The visualization is developed by Daniel Stødle. The sensors mounted on the buses
were developed by Telenor and Telenor Exploratory Engineering (Arne Munch-Ellingsen,
Thomas Langås, Ståle Holberg Dahl, Hans Jørgen Grimstad). Thanks also
to Ellen Brox and Per-Egil Kummervold.
Select the dataset you wish to look at from the dataset popup menu (upper-left corner).
The different datasets are binned in varying intervals, from 2 to 24 hours.
Open the plot window by clicking the Plot button in the upper-left box.
Select the time to view by dragging the time slider, or clicking in the plot.
Change playback speed by dragging the speed slider left or right.
To set the light angle, holdt down Alt and click in the visualization.
The new light angle will match a light source matching the direction you are
currently viewing from.
The visualization is built using Norut Geo Viz, a system for high-performance rendering of
georeferenced data developed by Daniel Stødle, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following open source components are also used: