Building on best practice using digital technologies, working with local communities, Plymouth University will develop and install a network of sensors across the Green Minds sites which collect information on things like wildlife activity, species sightings, air quality, temperature, humidity and pressure and number of visitors.
Collect, share, show you care!
We’ll work with local communities to choose the data we want to collect together. Tech experts from The Data Place will collate and format the data for sharing on an open data platform for environmental assets in Plymouth.
This will be complemented by a live visual dashboard on this website, giving nature a voice from your home screen! The dashboard will be developed as an educational, motivational and empowering tool to get communities inspired to take action for nature.