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Spot the Time Change

Click here to view the data Twice a year in the UK the clocks change. The time shifts forwards or backwards by 1 hour.  Using our IoT@School Exploratory see if you can spot the time change happening. You will notice the data briefly goes back on itself on the x-axis.

Air Temperature in a River Valley

Click here to view the data The relationship between temperature and geographical location can produce some fascinating data. Using the IoT@School Exploratory you can investigate how the temperature in a river valley, by the sea and at a higher altitude in the open differs over a one week period. Use […]

September in Singapore

Click here to view the data September has gone by fast!  Have a look at the solar radiation graph from data collected in Singapore for the month of September. There were two days during the month where the solar levels were much lower than average. This would suggest greater cloud […]

Change in Daily Temperature Cycle UK

Click here to view the data An interesting observation from the last couple of weeks in the UK shows how the daily air temperature cycle has changed. Up until the 21st of September there had been a clear daily cycle. The peak temperature had been much higher than the low […]

Relative Humidity

Click here to view the data Relative humidity can be a strange thing. Locations can feel more humid than others even when they are not.  Countries in far eastern Asia such as Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia can often feel very humid. There is a definite feeling of moisture in the […]

Global Weather Throughout August

Click here to view the data It can be interesting to see the difference in weather patterns from different locations around the world.  Take a look at weather data in August at locations in England, Scotland, UAE and Singapore.  Have a look at the barometer sensor in each location and […]

Pollution Levels Throughout the Week

Pollution in large cities and built up areas is becoming a big problem around the world. A key aspect to fighting this problem is to understand how pollution levels change overtime.

Look at the data provided and see if you can identify the days of the week?

Link Between Pressure and Rainfall in the UK

The UK has a very clear correlation between barometric pressure and rainfall.

Can you see what happens to the barometric pressure as the rainfall increases?

Comparing Microclimates in Singapore

Comparing data in different areas at the same location can be a great insight into how factors such as buildings and wildlife effect the environment.

Solar Radiation UK and Singapore

Is the solar radiation stronger in the UK or Singapore?

Most would say Singapore due to the sun being higher in sky but is this the case?