The use of wireless sensor networks (WSN) to address and improve the environmental quality of the built environment is gaining more and more prominence in modern cities. In this scope, our work aims to assess the spatial variability of local climate in relation to the urban morphology and the distribution of materials and vegetation. Furthermore, on-site measured data have been exploited to run and benchmark numerical models for the simulation and visualization of multiple climate parameters such as outdoor thermal comfort.

Urban microclimate monitoring and modelling through an open-source distributed network of wireless low-cost sensors and numerical simulations

Croce, Silvia;
2020

Abstract

The use of wireless sensor networks (WSN) to address and improve the environmental quality of the built environment is gaining more and more prominence in modern cities. In this scope, our work aims to assess the spatial variability of local climate in relation to the urban morphology and the distribution of materials and vegetation. Furthermore, on-site measured data have been exploited to run and benchmark numerical models for the simulation and visualization of multiple climate parameters such as outdoor thermal comfort.
2020
Proceedings of 7th International Electronic Conference on Sensors and Applications, 15–30 November 2020
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