Chicago, which partnered on the project with researchers at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory and several corporations, last week installed the first two of 500 modular sensor boxes. The devices will eventually allow the city and public to instantly get block-by-block data on air quality, noise levels, as well as vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

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Bross
4 years ago

Can they start with a fitness tracker on the fifth floor? I’m sure it would acknowledge “no sign of life”, just move on folks this one is dead…