The research project smartAQnet is funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (grant number: 19F2003). The ministry is headed by the Federal Minister for Transport and Digital Infrastructure. He leads and is responsible for the work of the department and its 63 subordinate authorities. The Minister is supported in his work by three Parliamentary State Secretaries, who are also members of the German Bundestag, as well as two state secretaries. These five highest ranking employees help the minister with his leadership and government responsibilities.
As part of the research initiative mFUND, the BMVI has been funding research and development projects for digital data-based applications for Mobility 4.0 since
- In addition to financial support, mFUND supports the networking of actors from politics, business and research as well as access to the data portal mCLOUD with various event formats.
The BMVI provides mobility, geo and weather data for its business area via the open data portal mCLOUD. In the future, founders, startups and mobility providers will have a one-stop-shop for mCLOUD for fast, uncomplicated and free access to data from a wide range of mobility areas. The mCLOUD is a growing system. It is open to data from science and industry and is constantly being expanded by the BMVI. For this purpose, further data sets will be developed, existing digitalised and new data collected.
The Smart Data Innovation Lab (SDIL) provides a unique opportunity for big data researchers to use a wide range of big data and in-memory technologies. Industry and science work closely together to find hidden values in big data and to generate smart data from them. Projects focus on strategic research in the areas of Industry 4.0, Energy, Smart Cities and Personalized Medicine. More information can be found under http://dev.sdil.de/de/projekte/analytics-fr-ein-smart-air-quality-network/
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In particular, we would like to expressly point out fundamental errors and inaccuracies in the data, since, for example, the sensors used were partly operated by laypersons, were deliberately subjected to outside specifications of the manufacturers or no calibration. Therefore, most of the contained data should not be regarded as “measurements” in the usual sense. Also when importing external measurements or metadata, we do not exclude errors and in case of doubt refer directly to the referenced source (which may be more suitable for further use). In particular, this data collection is not in itself suitable for monitoring or conclusively evaluating the quality of outdoor air at the sites mentioned.
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