Reducing risks in your building
Understanding common pollutants in your building can help you reduce risks of indoor health concerns. The health effects of these indoor air pollutants can be experienced right away, or possibly even years later. This is why it is important to start monitoring your indoor air quality so you can reduce these risks in your building.
In addition to risk mitigation, good indoor air quality results in increased comfort and more brain performance for your employees. CO2 levels have an effect on how well your brain works, which we call Brain Level Performance, and therefore finding a room or an area with the best air quality helps you perform better.
Indoor air quality monitoring devices equip you with real-time data, helping you to identify the source of potential air quality issues. With this data you can optimise HVAC systems and energy usage, resulting in better experiences for your employees.
For offices & return to work
Take the next step in creating a digital workplace with our devices, which enable you to gather reliable data on air quality and other environmental conditions. This data can help you return to the office safely by mitigating the risk of spreading airborne diseases during, which is essential during these times.
Get more time for your patients and get rid of both small and big frictions in the hospital with our devices. They give data and insights on the most pressing issues on hand, creating a safer environment for your employees and patients.
For hotels and restaurants
Collect data on your hotel or restaurant with our devices and get actionable insights on how to improve your space usage in order to reduce airborne disease risks, purely based how your visitors are behaving in your space. Our solution doesn’t interupt your customer or employees, and all data gathered is fully anonymous.