Desafios e oportunidades da aplicação de Sistemas Ciberfísicos no monitoramento da poluição urbana


A ação do homem tem provocado mudanças no meio ambiente, sendo a poluição urbana uma das consequências negativas aplicadas nesse ecossistema. Com o desenvolvimento tecnológico, novas perspectivas computacionais afloram para o monitoramento ambiental. Este artigo apresenta pontos chaves da fenomenologia ambiental que podem se beneficiar da evolução promovida pela computação aplicada nos estudos da poluição, assim como realiza um levantamento de pesquisas e tecnologias utilizadas nesse contexto.

Palavras-chave: Poluição urbana, monitoramento ambiental, sistemas ciberfísicos, computação aplicada


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SANTOS, ​​​​​​Alessandro Santiago dos; DE FREITAS, Leandro Gomes; TEIXEIRA, Igor Cunha; GAVA, Vagner Luiz; TAIRA, Gustavo Ryuji; ENCINAS QUILLE, Rosa Virginia; BRAGHETTO, Kelly Rosa. Desafios e oportunidades da aplicação de Sistemas Ciberfísicos no monitoramento da poluição urbana. In: WORKSHOP DE COMPUTAÇÃO URBANA (COURB), 4. , 2020, Rio de Janeiro. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2020 . p. 276-289. ISSN 2595-2706. DOI: