Unlocking the potential of sensors for our environment: A call to action from a NERC writing retreat

Liz Bagshaw, Emma Bee, Deepayan Bhowmik, Helen Bridle, Kristofer Chan, Pinar England, Elena Gaura, Alison Halford, Iseult Lynch, Georgios Maniatis, Peter Martin, Feng Mao, Kriti Mukherjee, Mark Naylor, Alessandro Novellino, Nir Oren, Francis Pope , Allison Schaap, Carl Watson, Marco Van De Wiel Burcu Yüksel Ripley

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Abstract

Funded by NERC Constructed for the Digital Environment, the report is a culmination of an intensive co-creation process and writing retreat that brought together experts in the field of environmental sensing to explore how to accelerate advancements in environmental sensing and sensor networks that acknowledge and respond to the interconnections between people, places, and ethics. The report emerges as a foundational document aimed at guiding future funding calls, stimulating innovation, and advocating for interdisciplinary research approaches.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCoventry University
Number of pages36
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Publication statusPublished - 10 Mar 2024

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