Air Quality Monitoring
Air Quality monitoring identifies air pollution risks in real-time allowing addressable action to be taken fast to keep people and places safe and healthy. The continuous measuring and monitoring of environmental air pollution levels make it easier and quicker to identify the sources of pollution, spot trends and act when levels are breached.
Air Quality sensors provide an efficient and effective way to monitor, measure and report environmental factors, such as temperature, humidity, pressure and primary air pollutants in buildings and across cities. Making it easier and quicker to access real-time and actionable data that enhances the citizen and occupant experience, by alerting operators and local authorities to potential risks, enabling them to take preventative action to reduce air pollution and promote improved health and wellbeing.
- Real-time monitoring allows faster, more frequent monitoring of air quality, enabling issues to be proactively resolved quickly
- Measurements are recorded against set Air Quality Index (AQI) parameters, with automated alerts triggered when breached
- Intelligent analytics collate and compare sensor data offering greater insights
- Indoor air quality monitoring in working environments ensures the ongoing comfort, wellbeing and productivity of employees and occupants