Is There an App for That?

Bigham, Roy
August 2011
Pollution Engineering;Aug2011, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) headed by Lisa P. Jackson, to look for help to develop applications (apps) that would benefit the environment in the U.S. It highlights various applications including Smell Dat, a device that would attach to the electronic gadget that could automatically sample an offensive odiferous emission. It mentions that the said apps would help present useful data in a user-friendly way for families, neighbors and communuities.


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