Collection of city-owned air quality data as part of data-based service of general interest and urban planning
Initial situation and problem statement
The city of Ulm does not have any air quality data from its own measurement networks. The city considers the collection of its own air quality data to be part of data-based public welfare and urban planning.
In addition, great importance is attached to providing information to the citizens. This is to be taken into account both through group-appropriate prepared data and through citizen events.
Hawa Dawa impresses with its expert advice. The willingness to face any questions from the administration and the public and to take the perspective of the counterpart with understanding is important for the acceptance in our project.
Case Study Ulm in English Language
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