Recognising the urgent need for real-time knowledge of changing air quality levels in classrooms in their state-of-the-art sustainable buildings, the Copenhagen International school (CIS) deploys several AmbiNode sensors & software platform to help monitor Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ). The work done as an initiative with Kuben Management enables live monitoring of the Active House principles to enable a healthy and sustainable building. The school believes good indoor climate is vital for the well being of both students and teachers having clear impacts on their concentration levels, productivity and well being.
Leapcraft accentuates London’s air quality data with real time emissions data from mobile sensors
A network of smart city sensors with outdoor air quality, building and traffic sensors will be deployed in the coming months for hyperlocal air pollution monitoring in the city of Joensuu in Finland.
Big data and IOT are not remote ideas any more. It gets more real as we measure the air around us telling us that our relationship with it is not transactional anymore.
Bornholm’s Green Solution House uses hi-tech sensor analytics to see the Active House Principles in action.