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 AeroSpec

Automating air quality.

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Why does air quality matter?

Employees exposed to hazardous air are at risk of developing severe health complications leading to poor job performance or increased sick leave.

With the new COVID-19 guidelines, improving IAQ is a crucial step for businesses to continue operations while keeping employees and customers safe.

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AeroSpec in action

AeroSpec is an automated indoor air quality management system that consists of portable and fixed physical sensors, as well as real-time aerosol, noise, temperature, and humidity distribution maps.

AeroSpec Web-based software provides you with automated responses to keep your building occupants safe.

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More than just monitoring

HVAC automation is the key to clean air. Linked to your HVAC system, AeroSpec takes instant action and automatically fixes any air quality issues. 

 

Upon completion, AeroSpec provides you with a report describing the details of the alert, the actions taken, and any additional recommendations.

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Get detailed report insights

  • Real-time analysis of collected data by the network of sensors.

  • Facility’s air quality distribution model.

  • Evaluation of the existing intervention strategies.

  • Specific recommendations to improve overall IAQ.

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Clean air in the classroom

As schools begin to reopen, effective indoor air quality management is crucial to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

 

Unlike droplets, aerosols can spread much further than six feet. COVID-19 spreads predominantly by aerosol transmission and can remain suspended and infectious in the air for hours.

Guidance from AeroSpec real-time data, machine learning, and automated responses will allow schools to reopen safely and stay open.

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Our Story

What started out as an idea in a lab at the University of Washington, 6 years later is a reality! Student-driven teamwork and help from our community has brought the AeroSpec device to life.

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