CGIT has developed a Raspberry Pi unit to collect timeseries data from various sensors. The Raspberry Pi will store data from a condensation particle counter, microaethalometer, temperature, relative humidity, and pressure sensors and upload the data when in range of a WiFi connection. The physical platform is mounted on a bicycle to collect air quality data along routes in and around Blacksburg. CGIT also designed a web interface where the collected data can be viewed in tables or maps and can be searched or downloaded. Guides to data collection, error messages, and downloading data have been prepared as well.