November 18, 2021
It’s no secret that every market is looking to understand their indoor air quality (IAQ) better. Tenants are pushing landlords to improve IAQ because they know it impacts the health, safety, and overall comfort of their employees. Meanwhile, building owners want to offer office features, such as air quality monitoring, to minimize any risk of spreading COVID-19.
On the enterprise side, Awair Omni offers a “Display Mode” feature so subscribers can showcase their current IAQ data to other devices. In a corporate office or school setting, building occupants can display air data to build trust around the safety of the space.
In terms of the ongoing demand for IAQ mitigation solutions, Awair’s CEO Dustin Devan said: “By the end of this year, we will have grown 400 percent year over year. We’ve seen growth from the consumer and the enterprise side and in schools and corporate office space.”
The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has recently launched it’s WELL V2 pilot, building off its original WELL Building Standard.
Controlling the humidity levels of your building keeps employees healthier and more comfortable as well as extending the life of your building.What is humidity?Humidity is, simply, moisture in the air – typically in the form of water vapor. Humidity is always present in our air, and while we usually associate it with outdoor weather, humidity indoors plays an important role in overall comfort.
Let’s set the scene: You want better insight into the indoor environment so you can stay informed about the health of your building and, more importantly, the health of your employees. You are excited to finally have a continuous, real-time air quality monitoring solution at your fingertips where you can easily track trends over time and make improvements. But, have you considered who has access to this data besides you and how secure your systems are?