Business-specific application contexts
The healthiness of indoor environments, which we spend more than 90% of our time in, has become an essential need.
The products of the UpSens QuAir range allow you to monitor and evaluate the healthiness of environments, such as:
Public and private offices
Ensuring that your colleagues and/or co-workers have a healthy environment is definitely an important commitment, but it also offers noticable, positive benefits on workplace efficiency.
A recent study on the typical effects of carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution suggests a probable negative effect on psychomotor performance (in terms of decision making or problem solving) from values as low as 1,000 ppm.
Schools / Libraries / Gyms
A sample of the CO2 level measurements (poor air at school), in the classrooms, promoted by the Autonomous Province of Bolzano in 2016, showed that in two thirds of the 150 classrooms in which the survey was conducted the air was rather poor, though fortunately it can be improved" even with a simple change of air. The ability to have sensors continuously monitoring, which can then inform students when it is necessary to act to improve the quality of the indoor environment where they spend an important part of their days, is certainly a distinctive element of educational institutions that care about the well-being of the future adults of tomorrow.
Hotels / Large buildings
Those facilities which seek offer their customers a high level of quality during their stay can install a multi-parameter sensor module in every room, allowing them to certify, using genuine and objective data, that their building is indeed healthy.
Transportation / Cruise Ships
Cruise ships are also indoor environments, where it is certainly important to monitor the quality of the intake air, due to the inevitable continuous exposure, due to the number of hours spent indoors where many people gather. Multi-parameter sensors, communicating with an air recirculation system, help increase passenger comfort.
Hospitals / Nursing Homes / Waiting rooms
In hospitals, clinics and residential care homes important parameters which affect people's well-being are not always monitored. It is crucial to continuously monitor the quality of the air and the presence of electrosmog to make these environments even healthier and more comfortable for people who are going through a difficult time in their life.
Facilities equipped with a monitoring system that measure such aspects show an holistic attention to the patient.