IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Airthinx, Inc., a provider of intelligent air quality technology for healthy indoor spaces, today announced the expansion of its signature product, the Airthinx IAQ Device, to include integration with Nest, EcoBee and other systems.
Launched in 2017, the Airthinx IAQ was the first low-cost professional instrument on the market delivering real-time continuous air quality monitoring with the accuracy and precision of reference instruments, allowing the most comprehensive overview of room level conditions in any built environment.
The 3G & wifi enabled smart device monitors 9 key indicators of air quality utilizing built-in sensors including PM 1, PM 2.5, PM 10, CO2, CH2O, VOCs, Temperature, Humidity, & Pressure.
The results are in: now anyone concerned with their health stands to benefit from never before seen quantitative information and analytics, optimizing decision-making in homes, ensuring the safest environment, with access to data anytime, anywhere for building managers and residents via the Airthinx App or Professional Web Console.
What differentiates Airthinx from “competitors” is the ease of adding new features for greater functionality. Unlike other devices, Airthinx is backed by a robust, full-scale IoT platform, allowing connectivity to any system, whether temperature and humidity controls, fresh air ventilation systems, and air cleaning systems. In other words, it’s now easier than ever to take measurable action against poor air quality.
Dr. Vasileios Nasis, founder of Netronix Inc., the IoT Platform powering up the Airthinx, says of the new integration: “The most common question about indoor air quality is ‘What am I supposed to do about it.’ Of course the first step is knowing, but then what? Now with Nest, Ecobee and other leading integrators in the smart home ecosystem, the Airthinx communicates directly with systems, providing data and instructions about what to activate at any given time, improving indoor air quality conditions, providing energy savings, while also increasing the longevity and performance of maintenance systems.”
Good indoor air quality conditions not only protect the health of occupants, but also protect valuables inside homes, whether artwork, luxury items, or your four-legged friends.