As the Google Summer of Code 2015 comes to a close, 52°North's students wrap up and write up their final projects.
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Gerard Casas, a student of Informatics Engineering at the Informatics Faculty of Barcelona, UPC- Barcelona Tech, visits 52°North on his way to an internship at con terra GmbH. In 2012, a "curiosity for the computing world" led the former 17 year old high school student to submit his research project to the 52°North Student Innovation Prize 2012. His proposal "gTweet - a Tool for the Geolocation of Social Movements" made such an impression upon the jury that they awarded him the 52°North Innovation Incentive Award 2012. Several years later he is in Münster trying to implement the basic idea of his gtweet app with FME Server and map.apps.
52°North's Google Summer of Code students have published their midterm reports!
The enviroCar project is excited to appear in the upcoming exhibit “The Web. People, Cables, Data Streams” („Das Netz. Menschen, Kabel, Datenströme“) in Berlin‘s German Museum of Technology (Deutsches Technikmuseum). Several weeks ago, its last showcase item arrived at its destination. Of course the route was tracked using enviroCar!
Modernized air quality data reporting and improved data quality are now possible thanks to the new 52°North SOS 4.3. This version supports the required O&M schemas necessary for the Ambient Air Quality e-Reporting and enables the interoperable exchange of data from EU member states to the European Environment Agency (EEA).