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iSCAPE Outdoor Sensor Deployment Data

González, Óscar; Barberán, Víctor; Camprodon, Guillem; Gharbia, Salem; Pilla, Francesco; Ottosen, Thor-Bjørn; Kumar, Prashant; Kalaiarasan, Gopinath; Barwise, Yendle; Di Nicola, Francesca; Di Sabatino, Francesca; Brattich, Erika


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  <dc:creator>González, Óscar</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Barberán, Víctor</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Camprodon, Guillem</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Gharbia, Salem</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Pilla, Francesco</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Ottosen, Thor-Bjørn</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Kumar, Prashant</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Kalaiarasan, Gopinath</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Barwise, Yendle</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Di Nicola, Francesca</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Di Sabatino, Francesca</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Brattich, Erika</dc:creator>
  <dc:date>2019-12-11</dc:date>
  <dc:description>Dataset Description

This dataset contains all the deployment data using low cost sensors during the iSCAPE project. The dataset is divided in a series of deployments, each of them described on a yaml file with the test name. Each csv file contains time series data of each experiment, and the yaml files contain the lists of devices used in each test. The tests are described in the comment of the yaml file, and are meant to be self explanatory. Two different types of tests are herein presented:


	Intervention monitoring tests (Guildford and Surrey). Two intervention monitoring results were conducted in the sites of Surrey (UoS) Living Lab and Hasselt (UH) Living Lab. The intervention in Surrey aimed at characterising the behaviour of green infrastructure and the effect on the pollutants dispersion next to traffic conditions. Two different sets of two stations were delivered and deployed, one set in the vicinity of Stoke Park, and the other in the vicinity of Sutherland Memorial Park (both in Guildford - UK). In the case of Hasselt, two Living Lab Stations were deployed. The first one was used to assess pollutant concentrations in the Bassischool Kuringen in Hasselt. The other station was deployed near the University of Hasselt.
	Sensor Calibration tests (CSIC, Dublin and Bologna). The tests conducted in Bologna (by UNIBO, 2018), Dublin (by UCD, 2019) and Barcelona (by IAAC, 2019) were intended as an assessment of the sensor technology in an outdoor environment scenario, by co-locating the iSCAPE LLSs with reference instrumentation.


A complete description of these datasets and the result of their analysis is shown in D7.8 of iSCAPE which can be found in this url: https://www.iscapeproject.eu/results/.

Sensors

The sensors used are herein referred as Citizen Kits or Smart Citizen Kits, and the Living Lab Station or Smart Citizen Station. These are a set of modular hardware components that feature a selection of low cost sensors for environmental monitoring listed below. The Smart Citizen Station is meant to expand the capabilities of the Smart Citizen Kit, aiming to measure pollutants with more advanced sensors. The hardware is licensed under CERN Open Hardware License V1.2 and is fully described in the HardwareX Open Access publication: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ohx.2019.e00070. The sensor documentation can be found at https://docs.smartcitizen.me and with this DOI at Zenodo: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2555029.

In the list below, the different sensors for the Citizen Kits are detailed, and their [CHANNELS] in the csv files above linked.


	Air temperature (ºC): Sensirion SHT-31 [TEMP]
	Relative Humidity (%rh): Sensirion SHT-31 [HUM]
	Noise level (dBA): Invensense ICS-434342 [NOISE_A]
	Ambient light (lux): Rohm BH1721FVC [LIGHT]
	Barometric pressure (kPa): NXP MPL3115A26 [PRESS]
	Particulate Matter PM 1 / 2.5 / 10 (µg/m3) Planttower PMS 5003 [EXT_PM_1,EXT_PM_25,EXT_PM_10]


In the list below, the different sensors for the Citizen Kits are detailed, and their [CHANNELS] in the csv files above linked.


	Air Temperature (ºC) Sensirion SHT-31 [TEMP]
	Relative Humidity (% REL) Sensirion SHT-31 [HUM]
	Noise Level (dBA) Invensense ICS-434342 [NOISE_A]
	Ambient Light (Lux) Rohm BH1721FVC [LIGHT]
	Barometric pressure and AMSL (Pa and Meters) NXP MPL3115A26 [PRESS]
	Carbon Monoxide (µg/m3 (Periodic Baseline Calibration Required) SGX MICS-4514 [NA]
	Nitrogen Dioxide (µg/m3 (Periodic Baseline Calibration Required) SGX MICS-4514 [NA]
	Carbon Monoxide (ppm) Alphasense CO-B4 [GB_1W, GB_1A, final calculated valueCO_DELTAS_OVL_X-XX-XX - all the same]
	Nitrogen Dioxide (ppb) Alphasense NO2-B43F [GB_2W, GB_2A, final calculated value NO2_DELTAS_OVL_0-30-50 or NO2_DELTAS_OVL_0-5-50]     
	Ozone (ppb) Alphasense OX-B431 [GB_3W, GB_3A, final value O3_DELTAS_OVL_0-30-50 or O3_DELTAS_OVL_0-5-50]
	Gases Board Temperature (ºC) Sensirion SHT-31 [GB_TEMP] or [EXT_TEMP]
	Gases Board Rel. Humidity (% REL) Sensirion SHT-31 [GB_HUM]  or [EXT_HUM]
	PM 1 (µg/m3) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PM_1] or [EXT_PM_A_1], [EXT_PM_B_1] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PM 2.5 (µg/m3) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PM_25] or [EXT_PM_A_25], [EXT_PM_B_25] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PM 10 (µg/m3) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PM_10] or [EXT_PM_A_10], [EXT_PM_B_10] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PN between 0.3um&lt;0.5um particle size (#/l) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PN_03] or [EXT_PN_A_03], [EXT_PN_B_03] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PN between 0.5um&lt;1um particle size (#/l) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PN_05] or [EXT_PN_A_05], [EXT_PN_B_05] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PN between 1m&lt;2.5um particle size (#/l) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PN_1] or [EXT_PN_A_1], [EXT_PN_B_1] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PN between 2.5m&lt;5um particle size (#/l) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PN_25] or [EXT_PN_A_25], [EXT_PN_B_25] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PN between 5m&lt;10um particle size (#/l) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PN_5] or [EXT_PN_A_5], [EXT_PN_B_5] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station
	PN between &gt;10um particle size (#/l) Plantower PMS5003 [EXT_PN_10] or [EXT_PN_A_10], [EXT_PN_B_10] for each PM sensor in the case of the Living Lab Station


The files with the _processed suffix, are processed files which:

1. Resample the data using pandas resampling with mean() - reference here

2. Clean NaN and wrong readings.

3. Add calculations for electrochemical sensors based on this methodology

How to find the data

Each yaml file contains the description of a test. Each test is comprised of recordings of several devices in the same location and during the same period. Each yaml file is comprised of the following fields:


	author: who has been in charge of performing the test (internal reference - not relevant)
	comment: describing in general terms what was done in the test, and with what purpose
	commit: the firmware commit (in the case of Smart Citizen devices) with which the test was performed, for development purposes only
	devices: a descriptor containing different fields for traceability (below)
	id: the test name
	project: within the test was performed, in this case it is always iscape
	report: if there is any report analysing the test
	type_test: indoor, oudoor test or other.


Description of devices entry

For each device that was used in the test, two generic types are used:


	low cost sensors (type: STATION or KIT)
	high end sensors (type: REFERENCE)


For low cost Smart Citizen sensors, the fields are:


	alphasense: electrochemical sensors device ids, by pollutant (for manufacturer calibration) and slots in which they were placed
	device_id: device id in Smartcitizen API
	fileNameInfo: not used
	fileNameProc: (only if source = csv is specified) 2019-03_EXT_UCD_URBAN_BACKGROUND_API_CITY_COUNCIL_REF.csv
	fileNameRaw: (only if source = csv is used) raw file name
	frequency: original recording frequency
	location: for timezone correction only, not accurate
	max_date: last recording date
	min_date: first recording date
	name: self-explanatory
	pm_sensor: if there was a pm sensor connected (all of them are PMS5003 if no sensor is specified)
	source: api or csv
	type: STATION (KIT + Alphasense + PM board with two PMS5003) or KIT
	version: smartcitizen hardware version


For high end sensors, the fields are:


	channels: which channels the device was recording for internal convertion
	
		names: which are the columns in the csv file
		pollutants: which pollutants do they respectively refer to
		units: the units of these pollutants
	
	
	equipment: the brand of the analyser
	fileNameProc: same as above
	fileNameRaw: same as above
	index: format in which the timeindex is done, for parsing purposes
	
		format: (example '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')
		frequency: frequency at which the device was recorded
		name: column name
	
	
	location: same as above
	name: name of the device
	type: REFERENCE (always for these devices)
	source: csv


iSCAPE Dataset Reference Numbers:

The datasets here presented are related to the following iSCAPE dataset reference numbers:


	DS_TS_049
	DS_TS_050
	DS_TS_051
	DS_TS_052
	DS_TS_053
	DS_TS_055
	DS_TS_056
	DS_TS_057
	DS_TS_058
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  <dc:subject>Low-Cost Sensors</dc:subject>
  <dc:subject>Air Quality</dc:subject>
  <dc:subject>Sensor Calibration</dc:subject>
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