The project made a “very good progress at project and workpackage level” was the feedback that the CAPTOR team received at it’s first review meeting in Brussels, on 7th of July 2017.
The presentations about the low-cost sensors to measure ozone pollution, the work how to guarantee a good quality of the collected air quality data as well as the engagement work in our three testbeds in Spain, Italy and Austria have convinced about the project’s good progress.
The reviewers suggested to intensify the efforts towards communication and engagement activities, so that the project and it’s efforts are well known amongst European citizens, communities and political decision makers, as well as related projects and the scientific community. Special attention should be given on how to sustain and extent the activities.
This feedback will guide our activities during the second half of the project and we will continue to fight against ozone pollution.