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22 Oct 21 | News

Calling Luxembourg bicycle users: participate in a pilot study using sensors to measure your air quality!

LISER has launched a call for participants to learn more about air-quality when cycling

The CEPES Project (Cyclist Engagement to Particulate Exposure Sensing) is launching a call for participants in learning more about the quality of their air when cycling. Registration is now open at https://cepes.liser.lu/.

Selected participants will be provided sensors containing a GPS that allows the evaluation of their air quality across space and along journeys. Participants will be able to catalogue, view, and analyse their journeys collected during the test period using an online dashboard.

Participants must be 18 years old or over, reside in Luxembourg, have Wi-Fi available at home, and have access to a bicycle for the 7-day period.

Participants will be provided with a sensor, assisted in installing the sensor mount on their bicycle, shown how to operate the sensor (on/off), and given a tour of the online dashboard where participants can review their data.

Participants may be invited for virtual interviews or to complete post-sensor use surveys.

Registrations close at the end of November or when capacity is reached. 

Interested in participating? Spots are limited so Register today!

For more information about the project please contact cepes@liser.lu