Visit the Sheffield Institute of the Arts until 17 March to see our exhibition featuring Air Transformed and Exhausted Sound, artworks commissioned for the Air Quality+ project.
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How open data is published will make a significant difference to how accessible, extensible and reusable it is for data consumers. Technical design decisions taken in the AQ+ project help us to both improve the usefulness of open-ended continuous data streams and open up options to present data meaningfully to end users.
People from a wide range of organisations and interests joined the first Air Quality+ co-design workshop, exploring the potential uses of open data to understand, describe and address Sheffield’s air quality challenges and opportunities.
Call for proposals for data-driven art to stimulate public dialogue around air quality and related issues. Applications due by 27 Nov 2014.
A range of environmental, health and other datasets are available via the AQ+ project, which can be used in the AQ+ Challenge.
Join us through March and April for the AQ+ Hack & Play series to make something interesting, informative, insightful or just fun with air quality related open data. Prizes available for best visualisation, most viable product, best policy insight and best personal insight.