IBM CAS Gdańsk finishes the IoT air pollution project

On 29th November the JazzOps team handed over 3 air quality sensors to residents of the Gdańsk Strzyża district. The project was supported by Airly and SoftCad companies aimed to provide residents with the technology that helps to measure, predict and prevent the increase in air pollution in key areas of the district.


During two years of cooperation with the FRAG institution and mentioned partners JazzOps team created 3 sensors based on the Internet of Things technology and AI algorithms. Sensors measure the level of PM10 particles and analyze data provided by GIOŚ and Luftdaten measurement stations. Together with sensor modules, the JazzOps team created an application that calculates prognosis of the air pollution and a user-friendly map that helps to verify air quality in given spots and take preventive actions if needed.


The project team consisted of two developers: Aleksander Kleszczewski and Adam Rumiński under mentorship of project’s leader - Maciej Kacperski.


IBM CAS Gdańsk opens IoT Lab at the WSB University in Gdańsk

IBM in Poland strengthens cooperation with Polish universities - WSB University in Gdańsk and Silesian University of Technology.


Higher School of Banking in Gdańsk opens an Internet of Things Technology Research Laboratory (IBM CAS Lab IoT) with the purpose of developing architecture of IoT Edge-Fog-Cloud and Big Data processing with the use of Artificial Intelligence methods.


“IBM and Higher School of Banking can be proud of a long cooperation history. In 2015 we launched the Centre of Advanced Studies (IBM CAS). Now, we give to students and scientists a new space - Internet of Things Laboratory on newly established Computer Science and New Technologies faculty, that will let us widen research on IoT nodes with support of advanced IBM technology” - says prof. dr. hab. inż Cezary Orłowski, Head of CAS IBM at Higher School of Banking in Gdańsk.