Did you know...
Your environment can influence every aspect of your wellbeing?
And, contrary to popular proverb, what you don't know can hurt you.
What is Air365?
Safer and Smarter Home: Preventing disease through healthy environments
It is commonly known that air is #1 environmental factor due to abundance of toxins and pollutants we have around us. What is less known is that Indoor Air Quality can be just as, if not more, harmful to our health. In fact, it can be 2-5 times worse than the air we breathe outdoors. Modern chemicals contain compounds that evaporate at room temperature and create indoor pollutions which we unknowingly inhale. So in addition to pollutants that come from the outside, they also come from house building materials such as wall paint, and everyday household items like furniture, carpets, cleaning products, etc.
Air365:Visualise Your Air and Keep Your Home Healthy
Air365 is smart environmental monitor that helps you understand your home environment and your air.
It's portable - you can move it across the house and it provides accurate and reliable real-time and historic information.
It's smart - you will get a relevant advice on how to improve your air.
It's connected - you can use Android and iOS application to have all the info at your fingertips
Our proven technology monitors tiny dust PM 2.5, gases and VOCs as well as as temperature and humidity in your home.
For Air365 we used the most innovative technologies available.
It's built on Microsoft Azure platform using Azure SQL, Power BI and Machine Learning services.
For hardware part we use ARM microprocessor, Temperature, Humidity, Air Quality and Dust (particulate PM2.5) sensors.
Interested in taking part in our beta test?
“Indoor Air Quality” or IAQ for short, refers to the quality or “cleanness” of the air in a building such as home, school, office, or any other closed environment.
Poor IAQ affect human health and can lead to short and long-term health conditions. Short-term it can trigger respiratory symptoms such as airborne allergies and asthma, cough, sneezing and also headaches, dizziness and fatigue.
Prolonged exposure to toxins can lead to respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease or even cancer.
For some indoor pollutants concentrations increased in recent decades due to such factors as energy-efficient building construction and increased use of synthetic building materials, furnishings, personal care products, pesticides, and household cleaners.