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Smart Citizens Lab
#IAmSmart
ascl@waag.org
#IAmSmart
Welcome & intro
Frank Kresin
Hester Volten
Matchmaking
Tools & concepts
Pieter van Boheemen
Christine van den Horn
Approac...
SenseMakers
Amsterdam
Frank Kresin
Waag Society
@kresin
• Institute for Art,
Science & Technology
• Since 1994, 50 Staff,
based in Amsterdam
• Artistic research,
critical design ...
• For self expression
and communication
• Linking people,
groups, communities
• Sharing thoughts,
blueprints, algorithms
•...
• Making is crucial to
understand and act in
our world
• Best producer is the
user
• (S)he can learn to
make (almost)
anyt...
Smart Citizens
• Will take responsibility for the place they live, work and love;
• Value access over ownership, contribut...
Urban Environmental Challenges
Amsterdam Measuring Stations
http://www.luchtmetingen.amsterdam.nl/
Smart Citizens Lab
Empower people to:
• Make visible and
tangible the invisible
• Understand their
environment
• Turn data and insight
into a...
• Better informed, more
engaged residents
• Impactful dialogues
between residents and
governments
• More data, more
insigh...
Planning
Date Topic
May 13 Kick off
May 21 Making sensors
June 3 Making Sensors
June 10 Collection Strategies
July - Aug S...
Hester Volten
RIVM
@HesterVolten
Welcome & intro
Frank Kresin
Hester Volten
Matchmaking
Tools & concepts
Pieter van Boheemen
Christine van den Horn
Approac...
Matchmaking
Welcome & intro
Frank Kresin
Hester Volten
Matchmaking
Tools & concepts
Pieter van Boheemen
Christine van den Horn
Approac...
Pieter van Boheemen
Waag Society
@pietervboheemen
Smart Citizens
Examples
#IAmSmart
Topics & Scenarios
Zooniverse
Air quality: Smart Citizen Kit
Noise levels
Air Quality Egg
DustDuino
Humidity, UV and Temp: CliMate
Biomonitoring: Strawberry plant
Public Lab
Kite mapping
Plant health: Infrared imaging
DIY Tools: Spectral Workbench
Citizens making marks: Findery
Water quality monitoring
Secchi Disk
Turbidity: iQwtr
Total Dissolved Particles DIY sensor
Soil moisture
Mood tracking
Biomonitoring
Christine van den Horn
Waag Society
Exploring Sensing
Strategies
(mini design challenge)
mini design challenge
1. Define the challenge
2. Take a look at the available
ingredients:
- space (the city)
- people
- to...
mini design challenge
The rules/requirements:
The cheaper the technology the more
means
Use the communication network as
e...
the assignment
Welcome & intro
Frank Kresin
Hester Volten
Matchmaking
Tools & concepts
Pieter van Boheemen
Christine van den Horn
Approac...
Pieter van Boheemen
Christine van den Horn
Waag Society
Smart Citizens Lab
Continued…
Planning
Date Topic
May 13 Kick off
May 21 Making sensors
June 3 Making Sensors
June 10 Collection Strategies
July - Aug S...
ASCL Platform: Meetup Group
Membership
• 35 EUR
• Access to all 6 remaining events (10 EUR discount)
• #IAMSmart t-shirt
• #IAMSmart title on meetup
Hashtag:
#IAMSmart
SenseMakers
Amsterdam
Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab
Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab
Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab
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Opening presentation delivered at the Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab public kick-off on May 13th in De Waag, Amsterdam.

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Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab

  1. 1. Smart Citizens Lab #IAmSmart ascl@waag.org #IAmSmart
  2. 2. Welcome & intro Frank Kresin Hester Volten Matchmaking Tools & concepts Pieter van Boheemen Christine van den Horn Approach Programme
  3. 3. SenseMakers Amsterdam
  4. 4. Frank Kresin Waag Society @kresin
  5. 5. • Institute for Art, Science & Technology • Since 1994, 50 Staff, based in Amsterdam • Artistic research, critical design & social innovation • Exploring emergent technologies & opening them up Waag Society
  6. 6. • For self expression and communication • Linking people, groups, communities • Sharing thoughts, blueprints, algorithms • Reflecting & understanding And discovering it’s underlying meaning. Technology
  7. 7. • Making is crucial to understand and act in our world • Best producer is the user • (S)he can learn to make (almost) anything • Sharing knowledge is the key to innovation Maker Ethics
  8. 8. Smart Citizens • Will take responsibility for the place they live, work and love; • Value access over ownership, contribution over power; • Will ask forgiveness, not permission; • Know where they can get the tools, knowledge and support; • Value empathy, dialogue and trust; • Appropriate technology, rather than accept it as is; • Will help the people that struggle with smart stuff; • Ask questions, before they come up with answers; • Take part in design efforts to come up with better solutions; • Work agile, prototype early, test quickly, start all over; • Will not stop in the face of huge barriers; • Continuously share their knowledge and their learning. http://waag.org/nl/blog/manifesto-smart-citizens
  9. 9. Urban Environmental Challenges
  10. 10. Amsterdam Measuring Stations http://www.luchtmetingen.amsterdam.nl/
  11. 11. Smart Citizens Lab
  12. 12. Empower people to: • Make visible and tangible the invisible • Understand their environment • Turn data and insight into action • Using public networks of low cost, open source sensors
  13. 13. • Better informed, more engaged residents • Impactful dialogues between residents and governments • More data, more insight, better policies • More enjoyable, social, inclusive, healthy & livable cities Resulting in Issue Mapping: Topical Barcamp Sensors: Open Hardware Bootcamp Sensing: Data Collection Understanding: Visualisation & Interpretation Action: Community Meetup HvA RIVM AMS / Alterra SenseMakers AmEcBoard Amsterdam CTO FabLab Amsterdam Open Wetlab Waag Society Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab Activities Phase 1 Partners http://waag.org/en/project/smart-citizens-lab
  14. 14. Planning Date Topic May 13 Kick off May 21 Making sensors June 3 Making Sensors June 10 Collection Strategies July - Aug Sensing & Collecting Sep 9 Analyzing & Visualization Oct 7 Final Event
  15. 15. Hester Volten RIVM @HesterVolten
  16. 16. Welcome & intro Frank Kresin Hester Volten Matchmaking Tools & concepts Pieter van Boheemen Christine van den Horn Approach Programme
  17. 17. Matchmaking
  18. 18. Welcome & intro Frank Kresin Hester Volten Matchmaking Tools & concepts Pieter van Boheemen Christine van den Horn Approach Programme
  19. 19. Pieter van Boheemen Waag Society @pietervboheemen
  20. 20. Smart Citizens Examples #IAmSmart
  21. 21. Topics & Scenarios
  22. 22. Zooniverse
  23. 23. Air quality: Smart Citizen Kit
  24. 24. Noise levels
  25. 25. Air Quality Egg
  26. 26. DustDuino
  27. 27. Humidity, UV and Temp: CliMate
  28. 28. Biomonitoring: Strawberry plant
  29. 29. Public Lab
  30. 30. Kite mapping
  31. 31. Plant health: Infrared imaging
  32. 32. DIY Tools: Spectral Workbench
  33. 33. Citizens making marks: Findery
  34. 34. Water quality monitoring
  35. 35. Secchi Disk
  36. 36. Turbidity: iQwtr
  37. 37. Total Dissolved Particles DIY sensor
  38. 38. Soil moisture
  39. 39. Mood tracking
  40. 40. Biomonitoring
  41. 41. Christine van den Horn Waag Society
  42. 42. Exploring Sensing Strategies (mini design challenge)
  43. 43. mini design challenge 1. Define the challenge 2. Take a look at the available ingredients: - space (the city) - people - tools - events - communication networks 3. Define your sensing strategy and its goal. Develop a concept & materialize it. Define the roles, relations and all touchpoints (what’s needed) 4. Discussion - reviewing the impact
  44. 44. mini design challenge The rules/requirements: The cheaper the technology the more means Use the communication network as efficient as possible Involve as many people as possible Think about target groups & incentives Make sure people with the right skills are involved The goal: create as much as possible impact
  45. 45. the assignment
  46. 46. Welcome & intro Frank Kresin Hester Volten Matchmaking Tools & concepts Pieter van Boheemen Christine van den Horn Approach Programme
  47. 47. Pieter van Boheemen Christine van den Horn Waag Society
  48. 48. Smart Citizens Lab Continued…
  49. 49. Planning Date Topic May 13 Kick off May 21 Making sensors June 3 Making Sensors June 10 Collection Strategies July - Aug Sensing & Collecting Sep 9 Analyzing & Visualization Oct 7 Final Event
  50. 50. ASCL Platform: Meetup Group
  51. 51. Membership • 35 EUR • Access to all 6 remaining events (10 EUR discount) • #IAMSmart t-shirt • #IAMSmart title on meetup
  52. 52. Hashtag: #IAMSmart
  53. 53. SenseMakers Amsterdam

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