AmbiAir stands out as an innovative solution that measures, analyses and most importantly, predicts key indoor air quality parameters, giving you in-depth, live air quality data at the touch of a button. It was created to help you understand what’s happening in every room of a building, identifying potential problem hotspots at any given moment, and if and when they are likely to occur in the future.
AmbiAir was designed to be low cost and easy to set-up, so multiple devices can be installed throughout a building giving users a room by room view of the indoor air quality.
And you're ready to begin
AmbiAir securely sends the real-time data to our smart platform Ambilytics. Ambilytics analyses the data, showing the real-time air quality status for each device at a click of a button. Once the device has been in place for at least a week it has generated enough data to begin accurately forecasting trends, sending predictive alerts minutes or hours in advance of a potential limit being exceeded.
Ambilytics was created to integrate with your existing BM solution, meaning that you see your data where and how you want to see it
AmbiAir is a combination of our smart software Ambilytics and battery-powered, easily deployed, wireless hardware. Clever analytics predict if and when a risk factor is going to breach a limit, alerting you to at-risk areas and helping you design and test strategies to improve the air quality based on actual data.
Ventilation is key here, and along with masks and social distancing, it is the primary means of reducing the Covid transmission risk indoors.
Knowing this, the one thing that's going to help offices and commercial spaces reopen their doors, is good, measurable indoor air quality, and you need it now.
You need to start getting the data to know where you stand so you have a benchmark and can create plans in advance of higher occupancy.
Once the number of people occupying these spaces rises, you need to show your staff and customers that you are actively safeguarding their health by monitoring and forecasting the indoor air quality
Critically, you need to use your data to see if your plans are actually effective