Air Quality Solutions

Wireless smart sensors and connected technology solutions to accurately monitor indoor air quality for healthier and more efficient buildings. Indoor air quality affects occupant comfort, health, and productivity. Building managers can use air quality monitoring to ensure their buildings meet standards, identify poor conditions, track trends, and take proactive measures.


Benefits of Air Quality Solutions

Air quality solutions have become a need rather than a luxury. The advantages are unquestionable, ranging from decreased environmental impact to increased productivity and health defence.

Healthier Environments
Promote a healthier and more productive environment and improve occupant well-being by making sure the air is clean and free of pollutants.

Energy Efficiency
Reduce operating expenses and the environmental effect of air quality control by optimizing ventilation and filtration systems.

Real Time Monitoring
Access air quality readings quickly, allowing you to take proactive steps to maintain conditions optimally and quickly address potential issues.

Smart Integration
Integrate seamlessly with your smart building ecosystem to create a building management strategy that is comprehensive and optimized for efficiency.


Air Quality Solutions features


Advanced Sensors

Use advanced sensors to keep an eye on key air quality indicators such as volatile compounds, particulate matter, and pollutants.

Dynamic Ventilation Control

As needed, real-time ventilation system adjustments are made based on data on air quality, ensuring a steady supply of clean, fresh air.

Alert Systems

Get immediate notifications when air quality metrics change, enabling prompt action and preventive measures.

User Friendly Interface

Get access to an easy-to-use dashboard for air quality system control, historical data analysis, and real-time monitoring.

How Air Quality Systems work?

In the context of smart building technology, air quality solutions are technologies and systems intended to monitor, control, and enhance the quality of air inside buildings. They make use of sophisticated sensors, control mechanisms, and data analytics to guarantee that building occupants breathe clean and healthy air.

Sensor Deployment

Advanced sensors are positioned in key locations inside buildings to monitor a range of air quality indicators, such as particle matter, temperature, humidity, and concentrations of pollutants (including CO2 and VOCs).

Data Collection

Real-time data on air quality conditions is continuously collected by sensors and delivered to a cloud-based platform or central system for instant analysis.

Data Analysis

The system evaluates the results against predetermined criteria or standards to assess the degree of air quality. Advanced algorithms analyze the collected data to understand the conditions of the air quality.

Ventilation Control

Based on the data analysis, the system can make dynamic ventilation changes to maintain an ideal air exchange rate, regulating the amount of fresh air entering the building and the amount of pollutants leaving it.



Alert Systems

The technology notifies building managers or occupants immediately if air quality falls short of acceptable standards, enabling them to take urgent corrective action.

Systems Integration

For optimal air distribution, systems can work in conjunction with HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) through integration, which is common in smart building technologies for holistic building management.

User Interface

Building managers and occupants can monitor real-time data on air quality using an intuitive dashboard. The interface may include control tools that let users make manual adjustments to settings or get recommendations for bettering the quality of the air.

Continuous Improvement

Adaptive systems can learn from patterns and user preferences, optimising air quality management over time. Air quality solutions frequently incorporate a feedback loop, where continual improvements are facilitated by constant monitoring and analysis.

Need Air Quality Solutions for your building?

To find out more about air quality solutions and how we can help you optimize your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.