Smarter Home Indoor Air Quality Monitoring System

Applied Nanodetectors have developed an ultrasensitive indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring system to detect adverse pollution levels. Using unique Augmented Reality (AR) visualisation of pollutants to alert users.​​ Combined with  Artificial Intelligence (AI) models to predict high pollution levels​. We also provide suggestions and tips to reduce pollution levels.

Our Solution

We have developed this monitor using the most accurate sensors and high data acquisition, which gives unique insights into the air you breathe. It monitors the quality of the air in households while allowing the user to visualise the pollution and harmful chemicals around them for them to make a conscious decision to improve it, in doing so, reducing the environmental risk. We use high quality sensors to measure  Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Particulate Mater (PM 1.0, PM 2.5 and PM 4.0), Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC), Formaldehyde, Humidity and Temperature.

The importance of air quality in the household is notable for many reasons and calls for an effective monitoring process. On average, people spend around 90% of their time indoors, where the daily exposure of indoor pollutants is 10 times higher than outdoor concentrations. Younger children and older adults are greatly affected by this as they spend more time indoors. There is significant evidence that shows exposure to indoor air pollution can irritate the lungs and aggravate asthma symptoms in children. It is estimated that 20% of the population suffers from respiratory diseases and other allergic diseases as a result of substances found in indoor environments.

Smarter Home Indoor Air Quality Monitor System

Augmented Reality (AR) Visualisation

The unique augmented reality (AR) visualisations of the Smarter Home Indoor Air Quality Monitor System (IAQMS) will alert users to take action and safeguard their health. The AR application is a transformative and innovative way for the user to visualise IAQ in their home and to raise awareness of the issues, thereby improving comfort and health.

Indoor sources of pollution stem greatly from combustion sources, namely tobacco, wood, coal heating, cooking appliances, and fireplaces which release harmful by-products such as carbon monoxide directly into the indoor environment. Not to mention cleaning supplies, paints, and insecticides that introduce many other dangerous chemicals into the indoor air that have been linked to an increase in cancer occurrences in the population. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that 3.8 million people a year die prematurely from illnesses accredited to household air pollution.

Artificial Intelligence Solution

Our ultrasensitive indoor air quality (IAQ)  monitor uses AI prediction models to identify these pollution spikes found in households worldwide. The monitoring system uses machine learning techniques to analyse the sensor data to accurately predict an increase in pollution levels and identify the potential cause. Applied Nanodetectors has developed a nanosensors platform that can monitor a multitude of gases simultaneously (up to 16 gases) with high accuracy and high sensitivity (ppt levels).

IAQ is one of the leading environmental risks that affect people’s health, comfort and overall well-being. Using this new system will enable users to correlate household tasks to pollution risks and take action to reduce it. We at Applied Nanodetectors believe this will lead to behavioural changes and a positive response to mitigate IAQ that effects the everyday household’s health.

Smarter Home Indoor Air Quality Monitor System

Mobile Application

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Sign Up For Free

Create your free account in a matter of minutes with our awesome sign up process.
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Start your browsing your home page

Features include looking at your history, real time values, tips, account, your neighbourhood and most importantly AR. As well as alerts when IAQ is worsening.
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Artificial Intelligence Prediction

Provides actionable suggestions to help people improve IAQ through notifications & alerts.

Web Portal Features

Examples of Indoor Air Quality Pollutants