Hackair Roundtable and follow-up workshop at the CAPTOR Conference 2018

Around 50 experts on Citizen Science-based air quality research participated in the Hackair Roundtable on October 24 in Frankfurt am Main. Cost-effective air quality sensors are increasingly being used and complement the official high-end measurement stations. The cost-effective air quality sensors not only help to build an increasingly dense sensor network, but also to enhance[…]

How to become a CAPTOR offspring partner

You are interested in becoming an CAPTOR offspring Partner? That is great, there ares some easy steps to follow: First of all, answer the following questionnaire. Questionnaire and requirements check   How to proceed: 1.) Please return this questionnaire to contact@captor-project.eu or to your personal contact from the CAPTOR contact consortium. The CAPTOR team will[…]


Captor reaches out its antennae. We take on your ideas and coach you as Captor offspring partner ! Check if you fit the requirements and get started! The Captor projects measures  air pollution with self-built measuring devices in testbed regions in the 3 project countries in Austria, Italy and Spain. Workshops and events take place[…]

Conference on sustainable mobility and air quality: conclusions

The conference “Air quality and sustainable mobility” took place from 15-16th of Sept. 2017 in Valladolid, with the participation of various experts and policy-makers of the cities of Barcelona, Madrid, Pontevedra and Valladolid, and the Junta de Castilla y León. Now you can access the presentations and videos of Click here (Spanish!): https://www.ecologistasenaccion.org/article34723.html Conference speakers