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Work Package 4

Pilot implementations for testing and demonstrating services

We will test and demonstrate service tools for advanced air quality monitoring systems and carry out an evaluation of exposures in representative areas and hot spots in Europe to provide the basis for the roadmap for upscaling these in SP3. A pilot implementation will demonstrate on a real scale the ability to integrate complementary measurement systems and methods, and also the effectiveness of operating different pieces of an urban observing system for air quality studies in a synergistic way.

The pilots address modalities where the research infrastructures are engaged with the national/local authorities, propose innovative solutions such as mobile instrumentation, build on citizens’ observatories initiatives, apply the developed tools, and improve the operational integration in air quality monitoring networks.

Overall, 5 pilots demonstrating one or several service tools are organised in 9 urban areas, representing a variety of conditions (climate zone, size of the urban area, presence of hot spots such as industrial areas, harbours, airports, roadsides).

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Work Package 4

Pilot implementations for testing and demonstrating services

We will study how our new methods adapt to different environments, scaling them up for wider implementation.

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Deliverables

D22 (D4.1)

Monthly reports of concentration levels and positive matrix factorisation for each city during the pilot operation
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D23 (D4.2)

Comparison of near real time source apportionment and manual positive matrix factorisation in the pilot cities
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D24 (D4.3)

Summary: source apportionment pilots, sustainability and associated benefits
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D25 (D4.4)

Nanoparticle concentration levels in the pilot studies
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D26 (D4.5)

Summary: nanoparticle aerosol pilots, sustainab., assoc. benefits for air quality monitoring networks and air quality policy
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D27 (D4.6)

Air pollution variability in the pilot studies
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D28 (D4.7)

Summary: Mapping procedures, sustainability and applicability for upscaling
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D29 (D4.8)

Summary: health effects of novel air quality metrics, source contributions: epidemiology
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D30 (D4.9)

Summary: oxidative potential of particulate matter, particulate matter components and particulate matter source contributions
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D31 (D4.10)

Summary: novel health effect indicator pilots, sustainability, associated benefits
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D32 (D4.11)

Initial analysis of the hot spot pilot results
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D33 (D4.12)

Summary of air quality hotspot pilots, sustainability and associated benefits
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D34 (D4.13)

Synthesis of RI-URBANS pilot actions, sustainability and importance on upscaling
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Deliverables

D4.1

Monthly reports of concentration levels and positive matrix factorisation for each city during the pilot operation
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D4.2

Comparison of near real time source apportionment and manual positive matrix factorisation in the pilot cities
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D4.3

Summary: source apportionment pilots, sustainability and associated benefits
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D4.4

Nanoparticle concentration levels in the pilot studies
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D4.5

Summary: nanoparticle aerosol pilots, sustainab., assoc. benefits for air quality monitoring networks and air quality policy
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D4.6

Air pollution variability in the pilot studies
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D4.7

Summary: Mapping procedures, sustainability and applicability for upscaling
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D4.8

Summary: health effects of novel air quality metrics, source contributions: epidemiology
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D4.9

Summary: oxidative potential of particulate matter, particulate matter components and particulate matter source contributions
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D4.10

Summary: novel health effect indicator pilots, sustainability, associated benefits
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D4.11

Initial analysis of the hot spot pilot results
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D4.12

Summary of air quality hotspot pilots, sustainability and associated benefits
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D4.13

Synthesis of RI-URBANS pilot actions, sustainability and importance on upscaling
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Milestones

M17 (M4.1)

Source apportionment started
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M18 (M4.2)

Comparison near real time vs manual positive matrix factorisation in each pilot city
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M19 (M4.3)

Aerosol number size distribution measurements
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M20 (M4.4)

Near real time data provision in operation
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M21 (M4.5)

Mapping pollutants related to health effect
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M22 (M4.6)

Start of sampling in health indicator pilot cities
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M23 (M4.7)

Compilation of pilot datasets ready
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M24 (M4.8)

Analysis of novel air quality metrics and source contributions
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M25 (M4.9)

Setting up links with work packages 1-3
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M26 (M4.10)

Detailed plan of the hotspot pilots
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M27 (M4.11)

Pilot measurements initiated
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M28 (M4.12)

Pilot studies finished in 9 pilot cities
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Milestones

M4.1

Source apportionment started
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M4.2

Comparison near real time vs manual positive matrix factorisation in each pilot city
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M4.3

Aerosol number size distribution measurements
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M4.4

Near real time data provision in operation
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M4.5

Mapping pollutants related to health effect
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M4.6

Start of sampling in health indicator pilot cities
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M4.7

Compilation of pilot datasets ready
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M4.8

Analysis of novel air quality metrics and source contributions
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M4.9

Setting up links with work packages 1-3
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M4.10

Detailed plan of the hotspot pilots
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M4.11

Pilot measurements initiated
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M4.12

Pilot studies finished in 9 pilot cities
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