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The role of participants for monitoring rainfall and urban floods

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Abstract

FloodCitiSense aims at developing an urban pluvial flood early warning service for, but also by citizens and city authorities. Within this, citizens are actively involved in the monitoring of rainfall and pluvial flooding, by making use of low-cost sensors and web-based technologies.
FloodCitiSense aims at developing an urban pluvial
flood early warning service for, but also by citizens
and city authorities. Within this, citizens are
actively involved in the monitoring of rainfall and
pluvial flooding, by making use of low-cost sensors
and web-based technologies.
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Data collection
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Knowledge and
experience sharing
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Evaluation of
the solution
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Co-creation of the
solution
The different roles of participants for monitoring rainfall and urban flood
Boonen, M. & Veeckman, C.
1. VARIOUS ROLES WITHIN
CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECTS
2. CITIZEN ROLES IN FLOODCITISENSE
CO-CREATION WORKSHOPS
FloodCitiSense Early warning service for urban pluvial floods
Duration: 2017-2020
Website: www.jpi-urbaneurope.eu
Presenter: Michelle Boonen, Imec-SMIT-VUB
Email: michelle.boonen@imec.be, carina.veeckman@imec.be
3 Types of user profiles
Basic versus advanced reporting
Quality control first by intermediary
Education is important
No gamification elements
METHODOLOGY RESULTS
Workshop 1
Workshop 2
App Requirements
Motivations and
barriers to use
Look & feel
FloodCitiSense involves users in
1. The co-creation
2. The quality control of
the data
3. The evaluation of the
solution
Real-time
data retrieval
module
database
A DESK RESEARCH
This poster focuses upon the roles which
citizens can play in the spectrum of citizen
science for monitoring and mapping of urban
floods, and in the co-creation of the tools to
do so.
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Decision making
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Research design
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