Smart air quality monitoring system detects the presence of excess CO2 and automatically increases airflow to ensure occupant safety.
SARS-CoV-2 can’t be detected in the air directly so monitoring the factors that affect the spread of virus particles is the next best thing. Carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity all have an affect on air quality and the spread on the novel coronavirus. In particular, carbon dioxide levels in the air are an excellent indicator of air quality and imply the potential presence of the virus.
Smart Sensors & Devices
Our smart monitoring system detects the presence of excess CO2 and automatically increases airflow to ensure occupant safety. Our combination of smart air quality monitoring and ventilation control help to acceleration the return to conventional workplaces, for those that need it.
Implementation is all about sensors and smart devices, we monitor and evaluate everything from air quality in the office to the effectiveness of your ventilation system and how recently it was cleaned.
Post Pandemic Importance
Air quality monitoring will be important post-pandemic too since increased CO2 levels have been linked to headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizziness and nose, eye and throat irritation. These lead to lower productivity and sick days totalling 3 million lost work days at a cost of £1.6B to the UK economy.