Indoor Air Quality2021-12-03T13:02:50+00:00

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Health & Wellbeing



Multi-purpose spaces

Support your RESET and WELL smart spaces criteria, make your buildings smart, and ensure safer and cleaner air for anyone and everyone in your spaces. Delimit and mitigate sick-leaves and enhance productivity.

Breathe fresh. Breathe easy.


Covid-19 Response

Our IoT devices are the forefront proxy to the pandemic, and other airborne viruses.
Start reducing the number of sick leaves and mitigate rising costs.

What we measure



Carbon dioxide’s density is about 53% higher than dry air. It is responsible for drowsiness, headaches, tiredness, and overall productivity.



Temperature is thermal energy, present in all matter. Inconsistent temperature may cause unpleasant sensations and reduced focus levels.



Humidity is the concentration of water vapour present in the air. It may contribute to feelings of low energy, and lethargy.



Particulate matter, is a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Small and harmful particles are only detected through electron microscope.



Organic chemicals that have a high vapour pressure at room temperature. Effects include eye, nose and throat irritation. Headaches, loss of coordination and nausea.



Like when a plane is taking off, some people may experience stiffness, pain, and swelling, and can be incredibly unpleasant for day to day operations.

General threats towards

Finland is very well known for having one of the cleanest air in the world, being able to breathe fresh air accounts for many benefits. Imagine inhaling substantially thick air each and every day, making your mind and body feel heavy and lazy. Not an experience worth living with.

Indoor air quality is an important part of the work and study environment. The established benchmark test for indoor air quality is to assess levels of CO2. It is generally understood that bad air quality leads to tiredness, loss of focus, and in general makes your mind feel heavy. A massive distraction in productivity.

The millions and millions of particles that are floating in the air can make dangerous airborne particles much easier to inhale, as we’re currently experiencing with Covid-19. It is vital to keep the people closest to you safe and sound by monitoring the air around you.

It is not a cure for sickness but a very effective method in reducing sick-leaves, and in turn saving yourself costs that arise from absence. For many service levels jobs, it is essential to provide the healthiest of environments to your employees and customers alike.

Why clean air matters

We all inhale 20000 times and ~20000 liters of air
every day

COVID-19 virus spreads through the air

The world is more polluted than ever
• Emission control
• CO2 pattern & energy consumption

We spend more than 90% of our time inside
• Sick Buildings (SBS), viruses, mold, VOCs
• Preventing bad air from outside to come in

Air quality is a global issue and concerns everyone
• Cost is billions of $ annually for the communities
• Polluted air kills millions of people every year

Sizes of Airborne Particles

Hair and pollen
5-100 μm

2-5 μm

0.5-10 μm

0.005-0.5 μm

0.0015 μm

Settling time: minutes

Settling time: hours < 1 μm particles can stay airborne permanently


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