The challenge contains two parts.
The primary challenge should be an evaluation of mainly meteorological indicators, taking into account the changing climatic conditions on Earth. The city of Brno will provide data from meteorological stations that are managed by the ČHMÚ or the city itself. The measured values include NO2, NO4, SO4, CO2, Ozone, PM2,5, PM10, dust and meteorological indicators: wind velocity, max. wind speed, wind direction, maximum wind direction, temperature, pressure, humidity. The challenge is to analyze the data and find the deviations.
In a second part, the challenge will be to assess the development of emissions during the period under review (data coverage for almost 20 years). The assessment can disclose anomalies that have occurred and when comparing the time series, it is possible to develop a predictive model for the territory of the City of Brno. The monitored indicators may be comparable to developments at a higher territorial level, e.g. with state or regional values. In order to strengthen its climate resilience, Brno first needs to identify its climate hot spots, where citizens, crucial infrastructure and other assets are at risk. Based on the crucial data evaluation and prediction model, Brno can start building apt mitigation and adaptation strategies.