How are schools using the Raspberry Pi?

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Westminster School – Team: AirPi

The AirPi - Air quality and weather surveillance device

Living in a city and worried about the air you breathe? The Raspberry Pi will take in information about air quality through its sensors and upload it directly to the internet, where it can then be viewed on a smartphone or tablet. This device can measure temperature, humidity, smoke, carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide.

 

PA Consulting Group challenged schools, universities and inventors to use the Raspberry Pi to make the world a better place.

Winners of the competition will be announced March 20 at PA’s Cambridge Technology Centre.

 

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