We spend about 90% of our time indoors

At home, work or school, visiting shops and restaurants or attending healthcare facilities and entertainment venues. Understand how our technology can help us all breathe more easily –
monitoring indoor air quality around the clock.


Indoor air pollution at home can be caused by a range of factors including how we heat our homes, how we cook, poor ventilation, damp, chemicals in cleaning products and even some building materials.

These can all generate pollution in the form of particulate matter – microscopic particles of dust and dirt in the air – and gases such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxide.

Our sensors can be incorporated into products such as air purifier systems and carbon monoxide detectors to detect even a trace of harmful compounds before they can build up and endanger our health.


Even the cleanest office building can harbour an unhealthy cocktail of external pollutants intermingled with dust, carpet fibres, fungal spores, cleaning products, photocopy residues or building materials.

Workplaces that use products such as spray paints and metalworking fluids – or generate wood dust, silica dust from bricks or welding residues – can prove even more hazardous.

Our sensors can enable commercial air purifiers and air quality monitors to detect particles in the sub-PM2.5 range that are small enough to travel deep into the lungs and pose a health risk.


Maintaining healthy indoor air quality in hospitals, clinics and care homes is particularly challenging – with many risk factors, vulnerable patients and lots of visitors.

Operational equipment such as ventilators can lead to poor air distribution – and products such as disinfectants and sterilising substances can pollute the air with volatile organic compounds.

Our sensors can help ensure monitoring systems meet the different air quality standards required in various healthcare facilities – from operating theatres to waiting rooms – and act as an early-warning system to avoid aggravating existing conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.