Pressure, temperature, and humidity (PTH) are often considered the most basic components that make up air quality. They have a strong ability to influence personal comfort levels, and are also important readings for sensitive groups.
Our devices use two independently operating PTH sensors — one based on analog circuitry and the other digitally based. This helps to insure the most accurate readings possible.
Chemicals: An Invisible Threat
Harmful indoor and outdoor chemicals are present nearly everywhere we breathe. Some of these chemicals may create immediate threats (such as carbon monoxide) while many others are invisible and odorless carcinogens that cause greater long-term health effects.
For the first time, our device combines a large detection scope with meaningful detection sensitivity levels.
Particulate matter (PM) can be divided into two main categories: less than 2.5 microns in size (only visible by high-power microscopes) and between 2.5 and 10 microns in size (less than 15% the size of a single human hair).
Together, PM 2.5 and PM 10 account for the visual aspects of air pollution and are especially dangerous because they are small enough to enter a human’s lungs.
Real-time Air Quality Data
Instant and detailed readings from every sensor.
Understand hyperlocal environmental levels through individual sensor readings.
Scalable system architecture handles everything from personal air quality monitoring to complex distributed sensor networks.
See Past & Current Trends
Aggregate analytics help you effortlessly understand information across all of your sensors.
Trend analysis shows how environmental levels have changed over time.
Intelligent data storage for immediate access to both
past and current data.
Networks with Embedded Security
Sensors install incredibly easily and data starts streaming in minutes.
To suit every need, sensors can be used on an individual basis or configured into distributed and/or mesh networks.
Secure wireless communication comes standard with every sensor so that your data stays yours.
Brian Kim: Bachelor of Science at CIT and Master of Science at UC Berkeley. Interned at Merck Future Talent Program. Founder and CEO at ChemiSense, Inc.
Will Hubbard: Bachelor of Arts at UC Berkeley. Founder and COO at ChemiSense, Inc.
Dev Mehta: Master of Science at UTA. CFO at ChemiSense, Inc.