October 26, 2020
Data Engineering, visualisation and interpretation
Air quality is a hot topic in the Netherlands. Despite having a long coastline, air quality in this densely populated country often leaves much to be desired. Pollution and pollen cause major health concerns for people with respiratory issues.
Through our subsidiary company Datagraver (datagraver.com) we provide data based insights into popular topics. Currently these insights are created by manually crunching available public datasets. We are looking to automate and improve this process for the topic of air quality. There are many public datasets for air quality, some of which have recently become available because of new satellites.
The goal of this assignment is to automate the process of obtaining air quality data for a location. Then package the data so it is meaningful for a consumer. Optionally to predict locations and times where air quality problems can be expected, based on historical data.
We expect the candidate to be near the end of completing a software engineering or data science degree at Bachelor or Master level. Depending on the type of degree we can extend or restrict the assignment to match the degree requirements. Itude can provide technical, functional and process guidance to the candidate on a weekly basis. But the candidate is expected to work mostly independently.
About Itude Mobile
Itude creates cloud and mobile apps. Itude was founded in 1992 and was specialised in architecture and development of mission critical systems for large organisations. In 2009 Itude transitioned to creating mobile and cloud applications for companies in the Netherlands. Our specialists work for well known clients such as Albert Heijn, NS, Action. Our tool stack is Amazon Web Services, Confluence, JIRA, Trello, Node, R, MySql or Postgres, Git, Vue.js and Angular. We use SCRUM. Currently everyone works from home, online, due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
Are you interested in joining our team? Please contact us via our contact form. Acquisition by intermediaries is not appreciated.