Safecast X Shuttleworth

by sean


As some will already know the Shuttleworth Foundation has been a gracious supporter of Safecast and helped make our recent 4 year anniversary event possible. As one of their Fellows I’ve been fortunate to get to meet with and work …

bGeigies on Webmap

by Nick Dolezal


bGeigie + Webmap

Every drive by Safecast volunteers tells a story.  Hopefully an exciting and highly radioactive one.  But in any case, we’ve added tools to help you visualize and share these efforts to the Safecast webmap.

What’s new …

(in Japanese) bGeigie “how to” videos

by kiki

Volunteer Kiki Tanaka has posted several short YouTube videos showing how to use the bGeigie Nano. They’re in Japanese only (accessible from the Japanese side of this blog), but we hope to have English language versions up soon as well. …

Safecast OS X App Now Available

by sean


Mac OS X users are in for a treat with the release of our native desktop client. Available now in the app store. Hand built with with love by Safecaster Nick Dolezal, the official Safecast app brings our extensive …

Updated Safecast Webmap!

by sean


Since the unfortunate demise of our GeoSense map platform we haven’t had recent visualization of Safecast data available to web users. Last week Safecast volunteer Nick Dolezal (mastermind behind the Safecast iOS app) tried out an experiment and it …

Useful Data

by sean

Safecast was started because of a lack of what we considered to be useful data. We’ve talked before about the difference between correct and useful information and this is a perfect example. We saw data published with no information about …