Real-time monitoring for safer and healthier workplaces
What is Environmental
We are estimated to spend up to 90% of our time indoors but how often do we think about the quality of the air we are breathing, or the impact that the environment has on our comfort, health, and work performance?
The indoor environment is affected not only by outdoor pollution but also by indoor sources and inadequate ventilation. Poor indoor air quality can impact employees and students ability to concentrate and perform complex tasks.
At IoT Horizon, we help organisations to monitor and analyse indoor air quality using retrofittable sensor technology.
Health and Wellbeing
Indoor air quality has huge repercussions on productivity, decision making, and communication, both in the workplace and classroom. Poor indoor air quality can cause adverse health effects such as fatigue, headaches, shortness of breath, poor concentration and nausea.
A healthy indoor environment can help to improve wellbeing and productivity, maintain business continuity and minimise absenteeism.
Compliance and Quality
In pharmaceutical, clinical, and food processing environments, maintaining quality assurance and control across lab spaces, R&D areas, and production lines is critical.
By installing environmental sensors, businesses can identify the presence of air contaminants (pollutants, gases and other particulates) to meet standards and guidelines and prevent the release of potentially contaminated products.
Indoor Monitoring can include:
- Formaldehyde (HCHO)
- Presence Detection
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
- Atmospheric Pressure
- PM1, PM2.5 and PM10 Fine Particle Sensor
- Set automatic alerts when threshold values are met or exceeded
- Access past, present, and predictive data to inform decision-making
- Access a range of insight reports to better understand how your organisation interacts with its environment
- Third party integration to Building Management Systems to improve operational efficiency
Outdoor Weather Monitoring
IoT weather stations help to monitor soil, moisture, temperature and other climate variables. This data can be used to improve sustainability, safety and mitigate environmental issues.
- Smart Buildings
- Automate cooling and ventilation systems based on internal and external weather parameters.
- Smart Agriculture
- Farmers can use the data to predict site-specific weather and flood warnings, monitor soil moisture and irrigation systems to improve crop yield and overall efficiencies.
- Solar radiation
- Barometric Pressure
- Particulate Matter
- EPA AQI Air Quality Index