The Silencio Network has over 35,000 mobile phones working as noise sensing units through the Peaq blockchain environment in an effort to combat the issue of global noise pollution. The project calls its work “Web3 citizen science” in which neighborhood members get tokenized benefits for supplying “hyper-local” noise contamination information. Silencio noise pollution map with information points collected from smart devices around the world.
The Silencio Network has over 35,000 smart devices working as sound sensing units by means of the Peaq blockchain environment in an effort to combat the issue of international noise pollution. Silencio reports that the sound sensing units working in its network cover 176 countries, and anticipates working on one million gadgets by next year. The project calls its work “Web3 person science” in which community members receive tokenized benefits for supplying “hyper-local” sound pollution data. Silencio sound pollution map with data points collected from smartphones around the world. “Its early to figure out noise levels in detail due to limited information density and variety at this point.