2526 people

...have already participated in the Captotheque

kriss has contributed to the mission

L'air sur mon lieu de travail

il y a 3 heures

kriss has contributed to the mission

Trajet domicile-travail

il y a 3 heures

sopha has contributed to the mission

Typologie de rue

il y a 9 jours

An unprecedented experiment!

The Captotheque allows everyone to borrow a micro-sensor for measuring air pollution free of charge, to use it freely and to exchange their discoveries with the community.

By offering this service, our idea is to put concerned citizens at the center of air quality observation to better understand, free and improve knowledge on the subject.

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The sensors

Mobi v1

Mobi PM

#Mobile #PM (suspended particles)

The Mobi v1 is a mobile micro-sensor that allows you to know the concentrations of fine particles in real time. Small and practical, take it everywhere and measure the pollution of the air you breathe!

The Mobi v1 is a mobile micro-sensor that allows you to know the concentrations of fine particles in real time. Small and practical, take it everywhere and measure the pollution of the air you breathe!

The Airbeam 2 is a microsensor for measuring suspended particles (or fine particles) in ambient air in different fractions, PM1, PM2.5, PM10. Developed by the American non-governmental organization HabitatMap (http://habitatmap.org/), the Airbeam v2 is the sensor available on loan in the capture library this winter.

Fixi PM

#Fixed #PM (suspended particles)

The Fixi v1 is a stationary micro-sensor that allows the measurement of fine particle concentrations over long periods of time. Place it wherever you want and identify daily or seasonal variations!

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The Mobi v1 is a mobile micro-sensor that allows you to know the concentrations of fine particles in real time. Small and practical, take it everywhere and measure the pollution of the air you breathe!

The Mobi v1 is a mobile micro-sensor that allows you to know the concentrations of fine particles in real time. Small and practical, take it everywhere and measure the pollution of the air you breathe!

The Airbeam 2 is a microsensor for measuring suspended particles (or fine particles) in ambient air in different fractions, PM1, PM2.5, PM10. Developed by the American non-governmental organization HabitatMap (http://habitatmap.org/), the Airbeam v2 is the sensor available on loan in the capture library this winter.

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Project BB Clean: assessment of the citizen experimentation of air quality measurement on the territory of the CCPMB

Project BB Clean: assessment of the citizen experimentation of air quality measurement on the territory of the CCPMB

What if we could freely measure the quality of the air we breathe? This is the experience that more than 150 inhabitants of the Community of Communes of the Pays du Mont-Blanc were able to test with particle-measuring micro-sensors during the winter of 2018 - 2019. These micro-sensors were made available by Atmo Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes with the support of the Community of Communes of the Pays du Mont-Blanc (CCPMB) as part of the European BB-Clean project.

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The Captotheque service, deployed in 3 metropolitan areas of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, has been launched

The Captotheque service, deployed in 3 metropolitan areas of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, has been launched

The first 60 citizens of Grenoble-Alpes Metropolis, Lyon Metropolis and Clermont Auvergne Metropolis have been exploring the levels of fine particles in their environments since September 28th, thanks to micro-sensors for measuring air quality, lent free of charge as part of the Captotheque service.
 

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Auverhônalpins are concerned about the quality of the air they breathe and ready to act to improve it

Auverhônalpins are concerned about the quality of the air they breathe and ready to act to improve it

The health and economic crisis that we have been experiencing since March has profoundly accelerated public awareness of the interrelationships between our health and the degradation of our environment. Before the confinement, air pollution was already a strong environmental concern for the French, which the current pandemic accentuates.

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