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Plug&play Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

CO2 levels, particles (PM1.0, PM2.5, PM10), humidity, temperature and other indoor air quality parameters can have a negative impact on cognitive abilities and promote the spread of respiratory infections.

My Sensees is a comprehensive air quality monitoring system that continuously monitors key air quality parameters, interprets the data and alerts the user when certain parameters reach critical levels.

It has been specifically designed in collaboration with school staff and healthcare professionals to improve the microclimate in classrooms and offices to enhance cognitive performance and well-being.

By strategically deploying My Sensees in offices, you can increase employee productivity, reduce sick days and cut costs.

Ensure Optimal Microclimate Conditions In Your Classrooms and Offices

When CO2 levels become too high, our cognitive functions begin to deteriorate. We become sleepy, lose concentration, our ability to focus and our productivity decreases. This is why it's important that common areas such as classrooms or offices are well ventilated.

Humidity can also have a major impact on human health. Dry air, especially during the heating season, can promote the spread of acute respiratory diseases.

By continuously monitoring the temperature values, we can't only create a more comfortable microclimate, but also gain a better insight into energy consumption and use this knowledge to optimize and reduce costs.

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Real Time Air Quality Insights

My Sensees sensors are seamlessly installed and automatically connected to a Sensees web and mobile app using the latest communication protocols. The sensors have a display that shows the CO2, humidity and temperature levels as well as the presence of particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5 and PM10) in the air you breathe.

When the CO2 and particulate matter (PM1.0, 2.5, PM10) levels reach the maximum permissible level, the sensor emits sound and light signals to alert you that it may be time to take action or ventilate the room.

Keep Track & Cut Costs

All historical data collected is stored and accessible via the Sensees web and mobile app. This allows the user to analyse it and adjust the temperature or avoid unnecessary ventilation to save energy and reduce costs. The data is presented transparently and with graphical numerical values and can be used by a professional data analysis service.

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    Learn about air quality

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    Intergrate Air Quality System

Educate & Be Aware

Sensees app can be your educational ally. With the personalised and interactive data display, it can help you raise awareness of the importance and impact of indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring from an early age.

Go one step further and explore the possibility of integrating the Sensees Environment Outdor Air Quality System to get local air quality and environmental information in real time.

Depending on the outdoor air quality, you can decide whether to open the windows if necessary or conduct an outdoor exercise with your class.

Useful Knowledge 

If the CO2 level rises above the recommended values (above 1400 ppm), ventilate the room immediately. Keep the windows open for at least 3-5 minutes in winter and 10-20 minutes in summer.

The optimum humidity level is between 40 and 60 %. If the measured humidity is permanently below these values, you should consider installing humidifiers.

During the heating period, the optimum room temperature is between 19 and 22 °C. Regulate the heating, set it to the optimum temperature and save money on energy consumption.

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