Customer applications for AerNos’s Smart Home gas sensor module range from automating air cleansing in smart air purification units, ventilation and HVAC systems to air quality alerts for consumers from Smart Home products.
AerNos nano gas sensor products utilize a tiny sensor array to detect multiple gases simultaneously to parts per billion (ppb) levels for indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring, hazardous gas detection and other e-nose applications. Today, air quality monitoring in the home is limited by performance, size and cost issues of existing gas sensors. AerNos’s sensors enable b2b customers to address specific Smart Home applications with a single sensor module or product.
Invisible gases in the home, including Ozone, Formaldehyde, Ammonia and VOCs, can cause short-term and long-term health effects. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, for many people the risks to health from indoor air can be greater than outdoor air because indoor air can be more seriously polluted, and people spend 90% of their time inside.
More and more Smart Home products are being developed to enable consumers to decrease exposure to indoor pollutants in order to improve health and wellness. This has dramatically increased the demand for small, sensitive, cost-effective multi-gas sensors.
AerNos multi-gas sensors are customizable for specific gases and applications and are available for order at CES. In addition to Ozone and Formaldehyde, AerNos multi-gas sensor capabilities include Ammonia, NO2, TVOCs and other gases.
“We are thrilled to back at CES, exhibiting and speaking alongside world leaders in Smart Home technology” said Sundip R. Doshi, founder and CEO of AerNos. “In the coming years Smart Homes are going to have a revolutionary impact on human health and we could not be more proud of the role that we are playing bringing air quality monitoring to Smart Home IoT products and enabling consumers to know what’s in their air.”
Designed for high volume manufacturing, AerNos nano gas sensors address the need for reliable, accurate and application specific gas sensors for the more than 50 billion connected devices worldwide expected by 2020.