Throughout CES 2020, data will be shown from multiple Ozone monitoring stations in Las Vegas and surrounding areas, along with Ozone data from nearby EPA stations, illustrating both the quality and consistency of AerNos nano gas sensors and the importance of hyperlocal air quality data to consumers.
According to the EPA and World Health Organization, air pollution is a major source of illness and disease. Today, consumers lack the information they need to assess the risks from, and to reduce exposure to, air pollutants. This is due to the small number of air quality monitoring stations, which are typically miles away from consumers. Traditional air quality monitoring stations are large and costly to set up and maintain. Air quality monitoring stations also only measure outdoor pollutants, missing a major source of exposure, according to the EPA.
Small, affordable, sensitive (to parts-per-billion levels) and low power, AerNos nano gas sensors are a game-changer for hyperlocal, granular sensing. AerNos is a B2B company providing multi-gas sensor modules for integration into Smart Home, Smart City, wearable, mobile and other IoT devices. The CES 2020 Ozone monitoring demonstration illustrates the future of air quality monitoring when even the smallest Smart devices will utilize multi-gas sensors to automate cleansing, ventilation and reporting and when consumers will know what’s in the air they are breathing.
“This is a huge year at CES for us and we are incredibly excited and proud to be showing live data from this demonstration throughout the show,” said Sundip R. Doshi, founder and CEO of AerNos. “The data you see coming from our network of sensors paints a picture of a brighter future for air quality monitoring and human health and safety.”
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. 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.