microclimate.network - Open sensor platform for improved outdoor environment

  • 12:35 – 12:50

Microclimate.network is an open platform for microclimate, where you can share and monitor air temperature, relative humidity and air pressure. Based on the real-time measurement we want to offer free valuable insights for all users. The platform will feature real-time insights such as frost risk, heat island potential and heatwave mitigation. In order to expand our network we are giving away a Microclimate sensor to each conference participant. We will show participants how to connect and install the sensor and how to use the microclimate.network open platform.

Getting to know your MicroClimate sensor

  • 15:00 – 18:20 // microclimate.network Info Point

At microclimate.network Info Point you will get more details on how to get around the microclimate.network platform. Learn how to configure your own MicroClimate sensor. You will also get instructions how to install the MicroClimate Sensor at your favourite micro location.

Dr. Tomaž Šuklje

Co-founder, Lecturer and Researcher, microclimate.network initiative
Dr. Tomaž Šuklje, co-founder of microclimate.network initiative, lecturer and researcher with +10 years of experience in energy efficiency, urban physics, building physics and high performance buildings. He holds position of senior research associate at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and Urban Planning Institute of Republic Slovenia, where he is involved in the development of the IoT solutions for smart buildings and smart cities as well as prediction of the energy. He also acts as a visiting lecturer, advisor and mentor at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia.

microclimate.network is initiative for improved outdoor environment. The global change is influencing our everyday life through changed weather and climate patterns, which have negative impacts on health in urban environment and food production on countryside. Our aim is to raise awareness on this issues and try to help users by utilizing state-of-the-art technologies and latest findings in applied science to achieve this goals.