Author : admin | Tuesday, 30 April 2019
NEWTON, Mass., USA - Aircuity,the leading global provider of measurably healthier environments, is happy to declare several latest products and additional features to its analytic platform. Based on two years of experience on its new cloud-based platform, these innovations are specifically directed to the fast-growing commercial building health & wellness market. Aircuity recently finished shipping of its solution to two of the most iconic U.S. commercial office projects and is quite active internationally in the same space thanks to its ideal-in-class life cycle cost and most specific Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) sensing approach.
"With our 2.0 software platform completed, these newly released innovations will allow us to deliver an even stronger value proposition to both existing and new clients, starting with a more compelling first cost and improved ROI," says Aircuity CEO Dan Diehl. "eventually, we have been selling and supplying improved environments for a decade and this will let mass market usage of a premium solution."
These new products and features address the fast-growing building wellness movement (and corresponding standards like WELL™ and Fitwel®), which are based on recent academic results linking environmental quality to improved cognitive function. Luca Mazzei, Aircuity's Chief Growth Officer, states: "Healthy, safe and more productive buildings are the fastest growing segment in the intelligent buildings category and we see increasing implementation in the global market."
The solution enhancements include:
• MD100 Tubing: This is a plenum rated, more cost effective MicroDuct tube for multi-parameter sensing in healthy building applications. It allows for precise capture and measurement of volatile organic compounds and particles in addition to carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide levels, as required by a growing number of certifications like WELL.
• Architectural Series Wall Probe: This new wall probe is designed to be modern and aesthetically pleasing in commercial offices and other public gathering facilities.
• Increased number of sensed locations on each sensor suite: For healthy building applications, this allows for significant cost reductions, reducing first cost and increasing ROI.
This article is originally posted on Manufacturingtomorrow.com