All studies show that poor indoor air quality has a direct impact on health and well-being. When we know that a European spends more than 90% of his time indoors, we understand the importance of measuring air quality, and putting in place appropriate measures to improve it.
Poor indoor air quality causes:
- Loss of concentration
- Nasal irritation
- Difficult breathing (dyspnea)
- Dryness in the throat
For the Enterprise, this means lost productivity and sick leave. At school and in kindergarten, this can have a direct impact on children’s health.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated, if necessary, the importance of ventilation of interior spaces, in order to limit contamination linked to aerosols. In this context, most states recommend monitoring air quality through CO2 sensors, since it has been shown that indoor air pollution is directly proportional to the CO2 concentration.
Our Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring solution allows the measurement, in real time, of the 3 main parameters allowing the monitoring of indoor air quality, at different points of a building: Temperature, relative humidity (in %) and CO2 level (in ppm)
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Software - Web & Mobile App
Our application, available on desktop, or on mobile (Android, iOS), allows the consultation of current values of temperature, relative humidity and CO2, history, the definition of thresholds allowing the generation of alerts. Reports are provided to analyze the evolution over time of the parameters, to understand the impact of certain events on the thresholds of pollution, and thus to anticipate the future. And our interactive dashboards allow you to build your own data visualization.
Indoor Air Quality Sensors
The measurement of temperature, humidity and the level of carbon dioxide (CO2) is done through specific IOT sensors. Several models are available, depending on the installation and use constraints.