The Next Air Quality Monitor

There are hundreds of Air Quality monitors out there but still there isn’t a single one designed and built to meet people’s needs and capture the market’s attention, each time they miss something. Companies are missing key functions for a good Air Quality monitor, hardware-wise and software-wise.

After years of experience and countless conversations with users and professionals via email/twitter/skype I know what is missing from the market.

If you are an entrepreneur or a business developer or a company that is planning to develop one more air quality monitor, remember to contact me first because I am going to bring substantial information to your company for the Next Air Quality Monitor.

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11 thoughts on “The Next Air Quality Monitor

  1. here we are again, Roger from ETS. Still on the look,out for good iaq monitors that can be connected to wifi and a base station. Needs to be able to measure all common iaq pollutants. Now e are a few months further but still nothing. Any ideas?

    I came across formaldehyde and btex mobile stations but 30k €/instrument/pollutant is a bit much considering we need multiples.

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    • Hi Roger, I am hearing a company is building something closer on what you are looking for but I still don’t have a lot of details. What sensors do you believe a device should have?

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      • well it is quite a list and probably never o be accomplished in 1 sensor i guess but here we go:

        pm10
        pm2.5
        pm1
        CO
        CO2
        NO2
        VOC’s but preferably gas by gas
        temp
        %RH
        formaldehyde
        benzene
        SO2 (but probably not)
        O3
        H2

        that should do the trick

        all monitors should be connected to a platform/project meaning if we want to measure IAQ in a building we need multiple analysers/monitors and 1 dashboard should be sufficient.

        we do not need to measure really low like our reference monitors and a 5-15% margin is acceptable.

        The EU uses only 4 parameters: SO2, NOx, O3 and VOC’s but this is not really sufficient to do source detection i guess

        i hope this makes sense

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