Project Airscape

Project Info

Team Members


4 members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description


Project Airscape is an application that lets you, the users, to track air pollution in Australia - and ideally find a correlation between air quality and ocean pollution.


Data Story


Our original idea was to create an application that would show both air pollution data, and ocean swell/current and pollution data, to see if the application could identify a correlation between the 2.

Due to time constraints, the current application simply shows you the air quality data for a searched location.

The application is restricted to eastern states (Queensland, ACT) due to the data available to us - however it would definitely be possible to expand this in the future.

We are utilising HTML 5 speech synthesis, to make the data more accessible to people with visual impairments, and to make the interpretation of the data easier on the user.

This application could be useful for people who are conscious of air quality, who are looking to move to a new location.


Evidence of Work

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Air Quality Monitoring 2013 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring 2014

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Air Quality Monitoring 2017

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2017 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring data

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Air Quality Monitoring Live Data Feed

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2014 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2015

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2015 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2016

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2016 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2013

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2012 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2012

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Air Quality Monitoring 2011 - grouped by pollutant

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2011

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Air Quality Monitoring - 2010

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Challenges

People in motion

How can we bring public and privately provided travel, lifestyle and leisure activities information together easily in a way that is easy to use and can help everyone find the information relevant to them for events at our venues.

Go to Challenge | 2 teams have entered this challenge.

Bounty: Decision Support

How can we make it easy to use weather and ocean data to our advantage? (e.g. when should you lay concrete, or go out yachtting or picnicking?)

Go to Challenge | 24 teams have entered this challenge.

Lifestyle living

How can the economic and lifestyle advantages of working and living in regional centres be used to encourage urban people to consider moving to the regions?

Go to Challenge | 4 teams have entered this challenge.

Bounty: Is seeing truely believing?

How can we tell a story with visualisations, that speaks the truest representation of our data?

Go to Challenge | 28 teams have entered this challenge.

Bounty: Making open data more open.

How can open data be presented on search.data.gov.au to make it easier and friendlier to use? Does this mean making it more similar to using standard search engines, like Google, or something else entirely?

Go to Challenge | 34 teams have entered this challenge.

Most innovative award

This an open challenge to recognise the use of data in an innovative way that was unexpected and challenges the common use of data

Go to Challenge | 8 teams have entered this challenge.

Exploring the Oceans

How can we use ocean data to better support decision making for how we use our oceans? What sort of information presentation could provide more effective understanding of ocean dynamics beneath the ocean surface over a period of time?

Go to Challenge | 9 teams have entered this challenge.

Most creative use of WA data award

This challenge aims to champion the creative use of Western Australian data.

Go to Challenge | 5 teams have entered this challenge.