Across global cities, policymakers are seeking to combat climate change through initiatives like low-emissions zones and fleet electrification. The most immediate local benefits of these policies – reductions in health-hazardous air pollutants – can now be rendered visible in real time through advances in IoT. In this session, MSR Senior Researcher Madeleine Daepp hosts four experts on lessons learned and research needed for actionable hyperlocal air monitoring. The invited speakers will bring complementary perspectives from academic-led networks in Pittsburg and Vancouver (Naomi Zimmerman), city-led efforts in Denver (Michael Ogletree), and public-private partnerships in Chicago (Scott Counts), as well as coordinating a “network of networks” across Global South cities (Dan Westervelt). Looking forward, the panel will discuss needed advances, both technological and social, to realize the full benefits of dense environmental sensing in cities around the world.
See related sessions in this track: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/video/lightning-talks-sustainably-nourishing-the-world/
Learn more about the 2022 Microsoft Research Summit: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/event/microsoft-research-summit-2022/
By: Microsoft Research
Title: Panel discussion: Towards climate-smart cities: IoT networks for air pollution sensing
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