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In the light of the current respiratory disease pandemic, air quality gains relevance in cities around the world. Continuously monitoring trends of pollutants with a higher spatial and time resolution is desired to support the information from high quality stations. Given the availability of low-cost sensors and data transmission via wireless networks, it is possible to envision such monitoring with high quality at large scales. Facilitating that smart cities actively influence the distributiondoi:10.5281/zenodo.4270399 fatcat:fkpnci64ezetxoe3ytwznewrzm