Our systems can be monitored using wireless sensors in real time.
Data about the air quality of the environment is transmitted to applications that the user can query from any device.
Air is the key
To prevent the spread of diseases it is important to take technical measures that minimize the impact of the human being, because hygiene and interpersonal estating measures are not always sufficient.
Through intelligent indoor air quality monitoring devices, we visualize all the data to know in depth the air quality we breathe.
Finding that the air we are breathing in our workplace and in our home is healthy, generates confidence and well-being.
What we measure
Optimal thermal comfort for indoor users is set in ranges between 20 and 22oC (68 to 72 oF), according to the US ANSI/ASHRAE 55 standard.
The optimal range is 30-60%. High relative humidity produces more sweat when the temperature rises, while low relative humidity causes dry mucous membranes and itching.
As carbon dioxide levels increase, tiredness occurs and concentration becomes difficult. The same goes for rest and quality of sleep. At high levels, the condition is a headache.
They are common components in building materials. Other sources of VOCs include burning wood, gases or tobacco. Exposure to VOCs can cause irritation to the nose, throat and eyes, shortness of breath, fatigue, headaches, dizziness and skin problems. Higher concentrations can cause more severe damage to many organs.
They are particles less than 2.5 microns in diameter, and can penetrate deep into the lung, carrying various toxic materials, passing through the filtration of nasal hair.
Exposure to high concentrations of PM10 can cause everything from coughing to asthma and bronchitis attacks, heart attacks, high blood pressure, strokes and premature death.
How is it?
It is a Spanish design device, manufactured and assembled in EU, that can be placed in any room on desktop or wall. It also incorporates a matrix of points that is illuminated more or less depending on the concentration of contaminants we measure. Calibration of your sensors is performed in laboratories with internationally recognized patterns.
What do the results look like?
The data collected by the sensors is transmitted to a platform for data management, from which it is possible to receive and store sensor data, user and alarm management and reporting.