Climate and Environmental Data

Two lamp posts (10m) on Bodenseestrasse will be each equipped with a Hawa Dawa combi-sensor (second generation).

Two additional Hawa Dawa combi-sensors will be installed on Limesstrasse (10 m lamp post) and on an intelligent 3 m lamp post near a footpath (“Grünfinger”) (west of Wiesentfelserstrasse).

A Vaisala AQT 420 air quality sensor and a Vaisala WXT 536 combi-weather sensor will be installed on a smart 10 m lamp post on Wiesentfelserstrasse (near the intersection with Limesstrasse).

Type of Data

The Vaisala weather sensor measures and provides the following data on a regular basis: air temperature, relative air humidity, wind direction, wind speed, atmospheric pressure and precipitation.

The Vaisala AQT 420 air quality sensor measures and provides the following data on a regular basis:

NO2, SO2, CO, O3, particulate matter PM 2.5 and PM 10.

An integrated GSM module encrypts and transfers the measurement data to a Vaisala database. The raw data collected here are edited and then transferred to the Smarter Together smart data platform.

The Hawa Dawa combi-sensor measures and provides the following data on a regular basis:

Particulate matter PM2.5 and PM10, NO2, O3, temperature and relative air humidity.

 

A WLAN module encrypts and transfers the measurement data to a Hawa Dawa database. The raw data collected here are calibrated and edited and then transferred to the Smarter Together smart data platform.

Data Classification and Privacy

The measured weather and environmental data include no personal data.

What happens with the data?

The measurement data are stored on the smart data platform and will be graphically processed and displayed for internal analysis purposes.

Current and historic measurement data can be visualised using the Munich SmartData App. Any user has the choice to select two measured data types at a time in a clearly arranged interface of the Munich SmartCity app.