The Smart Citizen Kit allows people to easily measure and collect data such as air and noise pollution from their environment, and visualize it while sharing it with everyone on its dedicated platform. All of these, while being completely open-source and customizable to your needs. Built by communities for communities.
Due to global supply chain issues in electronic components, the manufacturing of the Smart Citizen Hardware is being affected with longer delays in the production. However, you can still backorder your kit
Why Smart Citizen？
Since 2012 Smart Citizen has worked to empower communities to better understand their environment by developing open tools for citizens. With our tools, users are better informed about the world around them.
We've created a unique ecosystem of sensing devices, software platforms, and engagement tools that genuinely enable communities to make sense of their environment.
Introducing the SCK 2.1
For the past three years, the Smart Citizen team has been working on an updated version of the Smart Citizen Kit. This new kit collects urban data more accurately and is easier to use.
As no other solution in the market, the Smart Citizen Kit allows people to easily measure and collect data such as air and noise pollution from their environment, and visualize it while sharing it with everyone on its dedicated platform. All of these, while being completely open-source and customizable to your needs. Built by communities for communities.
1 x Smart Citizen Main Board
1 x Smart Citizen Sensor Board
1 x Adapter
1 x PM2.5 sensor
1 x Micro USB Cable
1 x Smart Citizen Sack
1 x MicroSD Card
1 x Lithium Battery
LEARN AND DOCUMENTS
The documentation contains multiple guides as step-by-step tutorials to perform important tasks as installing a sensor type or uploading the software on the sensors.
SHARED BY USERS
from order viewNice kit, it works straight out of the package with minimal effort. The major letdown is that it lacks an enclosure (or the option to purchase one). Had I known before hand, I would probably not have purchased it, as all the componentes of the kit can be sourced individually at a fraction of the cost. The import duties charged on top of the cost of the kit and shipping, made this is an extremely expensive bit of citizen science equipment.