From particle to screen
How bioaerosol data gets to users
The starting point
How does the data get from the particle to the screen?
Before we look at the data flow, we explain how a bundle of data is generated from individual aerosol particles. To do this, we take a look inside a SwisensPoleno.
From the measurement of the individual particles to the output, the data pass through 3 stations. These are defined by the measurement systems in green, the central database in gray (Swisens Data Base) and the access for the network operators in blue (SwisensDataExplorer). What happens at each of the three individual stations is explained in the following sections.
- Measurement data of the particle e.g. particle position and velocity in the measuring channel
- Real-time analysis results i.e. captured particle properties based on holographic images, relative fluorescence intensity & lifetime and polarization.
- Result of the real-time classification i.e. based on the local machine learning identification algorithms.