GN also hosted and managed a new evaluation workshop specifically aimed at audiologists. Four audiologists and one ENT doctor (Ear-Noise-Throat) took part to the workshop. The evaluators tested and played the app prototypes in groups of two or three and each evaluator had the opportunity to play for one hour.
“The SCENT Toolbox; a crowd-sourcing platform, gaming applications, an authoring tool, an intelligence engine and numerical models, allows citizens, policy makers and other users to freely use SCENT technologies to contribute to the aims of the project. The opinions of citizens, policy makers and communication experts will be taken into
Whilst citizen participation in environmental policy making is still in its infancy, there are signs of a growing level of interest. The majority of citizens, though, both as individuals and as groups often feel disengaged from influencing environmental policies. They also remain unaware of publicly available information, such as the GEOSS or Copernicus initiatives. The SCENT project will alleviate this barrier.
The city of Venice will host an International Conference on 7th, 8th and 9th June 2016, titled: “Citizen Observatories for Water Management”. The Conference will focus on the potential of Citizen Science in the European water innovation landscape, and in particular in the fields of flood risk management, environmental monitoring