How do I control the Air Quality in the Office?
Our human perception cannot be relied upon. We usually only notice how stale the air in a room is when we leave the room and realize how "thick the air is inside of it" when we return – and yet we quickly get used to it again. Similarly, we mistake cool air for fresh air, and as a result, we often don't ventilate enough during the cold season.
Indoor air quality measuring devices help to objectively control the air in the office. The devices measure CO2 concentration, temperature, humidity, and air pressure. Intelligent indoor air quality measurement devices such as AIRICA transmit the measurement data in real time and visualize it on a dashboard, providing immediate feedback to the user. In this way, the values remain in the field of vision and a targeted air exchange can be carried out.
Thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), the indoor air quality measuring devices not only display the values in traffic light form, but also determine the break length for sufficient air exchange, taking into account the number of employees.
The intelligent measuring devices function independently of the existing company network. They transmit the real-time measurements to the dashboard via a LoRaWAN, a wireless battery-powered system. AIRICA runs as a managed service including monitoring and device management.