Supporting well-being and compliance

New research shows that the air quality of the office environment has a significant impact on the ability to concentrate and productivity of employees. The results of the research study showed that employees delivered up to 61% better results in cognitive tasks in a good environment than under normal office conditions.

Air quality is one of the most crucial determinants of health, and indoor air quality is often two to five times worse than outdoor air. .

A combination of indoor pollutants, including particulate matter (PM) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other factors, like carbon dioxide (CO2) and airborne microorganisms, and have severe impacts on health, lowering cognitive scores, introducing stressors on the body, and promoting sick building syndrome (SBS). 


The IOTONIX air quality and ambience monitoring systems combines a wealth of sensors, including indoor and outdoor sensors to derive information, the management can base its decisions on. 

 The IOTONIX Solution in its standard configuration includes the following sensors:
PM Sensors

Particle Matter (PM1, PM2.5, and PM10)

PM 2.5 are particulate matters with diameter averaging less than 2.5 µm that are suspended in the air. These particulate matters can combine with water vapor, smoke and other gases in the environment.  Their health impacts are on the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system and the brain. 

Temperature and Humidity

The right humidity setting at the office plays an important role in employee performance and well-being. Many countries have already established clear guidelines for the permissible levels of humidity. 40 to 60% relative humidity has been scientifically proven to provide ideal conditions for health, performance, and well-being. The temperature of the air also plays a role, not only for a comfortable feeling. A temperature setting of 22 to 23 degrees seems to be ideal, also keeping energy consumption in mind. Measuring temperature and humidity is a vital first step in doing so.

Gas Sensors

Especially in industrial environments. Monitoring ambient odor emission and detection of odorous gases such as H2S, Ammonia, VOCs, and SO2, is important to keep neighbors and regulators happy. The flexible IOTONIX approach allows live monitoring of plant emissions on our cloud servers. Odor emissions are reported in a timely basis with monthly compliance reports. The screenshot below shows graphically the odor pollution.  Both the size and color or the circle indicate the amount of pollution and the red arrow indicates the wind direction and strength

Interested in Air Quality Management ?

We use many of the applications we are offering ourselves or have some installed in a showcase environment. We would be glad to welcome you today at our offices to take a good look or talk to us about your requirements