EUMETNET AutoPollen Users Needs Survey
This questionnaire is being carried out within the framework of the EUMETNET AutoPollen Programme, which aims to establish a proof-of-concept automatic pollen monitoring network across Europe. All information is collected anonymously and will only be used for the purpose of better understanding the needs of users of pollen information. No information will be shared with third parties.
Do you use pollen data (personally or professionally)?
What kind of data do you use?
Your answer
Are you or any of your family members allergic to pollen?
Are you a medical professional who takes care of allergy sufferers?
Do you need/use information on airborne pollen concentrations?
If yes, please explain how and how often you consult this information:
Your answer
Real-time pollen monitoring
In the majority of regions current pollen monitoring is based on Hirst-type instruments that most often provide pollen concentration measurements as daily averages with a time delay of up to several days. New technological advancements mean that monitoring pollen is now possible in real-time, i.e. measurements can be provided pratically at the time they are made. The following questions all refer to the real-time pollen measurements and forecasts (which can potentially be substantially improved because of these new observations).
Do you see a benefit in having access to real-time pollen data?
Please indicate why you would/would not see a benefit in having these data available in real-time?
Your answer
In which format would you like to have pollen information (measurements and forecasts) made available? (more than one option is possible)
What information would you like to have (for both measurements and forecasts)?
In what temporal resolution would you like to have these measurements made available? (more than one option is possible)
What kind of pollen forecasts would you like to have available? (more than one option is possible)
How would you like to see pollen information (measurements and forecasts) made available? (more than one option is possible)
Would you still use real-time pollen measurements if you had to pay a small monthly fee (e.g. 2 €)?
Do you foresee any other uses for real-time pollen data?
Your answer
Do you have any further comments or suggestions?
Your answer
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