Air Quality Monitoring Solution

Personalized Mobile AppInteroperable connections with remote assets are made possible via a mobile app that supports iOS and Android.
Infinitely Customizable SolutionThe modular white-box system can be altered to suit your unique requirements.
Gradual Capacity Build-upThe ability to expand to different uses and solutions on the same platform.
Easy and Quick IntegrationAfter the hardware arrives at the desired location, the solution can be put into practice within a week.

Why Implement an Air Quality Monitoring Solution?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that over 4.2 million annual deaths can be directly linked to air pollution. This risk is significantly higher for employees working in environments exposed to fine particulates or industries dealing with hazardous or flammable gases. By implementing i-telemetry’s air monitoring solution, businesses can assess the Air Quality Index (AQI) within their facilities. This enables them to establish a conducive and healthy working atmosphere, mitigate corrosion issues, and closely monitor conditions for improved production.

Applications of Air Monitoring Systems

Air Quality MonitoringI-telemetry offers a diverse selection of IoT devices, including PM2.5 um and PM10 um meters, which empower you to measure the concentration of aerosols and particulate matter in the air. This capability enables you to evaluate the air quality within your facility and make informed decisions to promote the well-being and productivity of your workforce. Additionally, our solution can be customized to monitor various other parameters, such as air moisture levels.
Gas Monitoring SystemsThe i-telemetry solution can also be enhanced to identify the presence of specific gases. In addition to detecting toxic and flammable gases, the i-telemetry system can also be employed for the identification of asphyxiants in the environment. This capability enables rapid detection and resolution of gas leaks. These gas detection systems offer particular advantages to industries involved in the production or utilization of these gases, such as the oil and gas sector.
Air Velocity MeasurementUsing wireless air velocity sensors from i-telemetry, you can now accurately gauge the pressure variance between two sections to calculate the velocity of air within a system. These sensors are versatile, suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, and can be conveniently installed to monitor air flow rates through pipes, compressors, ducts, or any other assets.

Industries Where Air Quality Monitoring Systems Are A Huge Success

Benefits of using IoT for Air Quality Monitoring

Corrosion free environment

Seamless manufacturing

Fire hazard prevention

Regulated gas emissions

Ensure workers’ health

Analytics included

Quick installation

Remote AQI measurement

Air velocity measurement

Emission regulation compliance

Toxic gas detection

High ROI

Features of i-Telemetry's Air Quality Monitoring Systems

Centralized DashboardAccessible from both desktop and smartphones, our i-telemetry platform serves as a control center for overseeing and managing all the data shared through sensor-gateway configurations. It consists of a set of interactive dashboards that enhance data visualization and streamline the monitoring of essential parameters with its distinctive and user-friendly aesthetics.
Multi-channel alertsConfigured with a real-time alert system, the i-telemetry dashboard notifies users of deteriorating air quality index according to predefined thresholds and ranges. These alerts can be delivered via push notifications, SMS, emails, and in-app messages from anywhere around the globe.
Gradual capacity buildupThe i-telemetry platform offers a highly scalable IoT solution that can effortlessly accommodate the influx of data from numerous devices. Moreover, this versatile platform can be tailored to seamlessly integrate with various other solutions, effectively managing the data collected from associated devices, as well as overseeing administrative operations.
Historical data managementData collected from end devices over a period of time, pertaining to air quality or gas concentration, can be subjected to advanced analytics and other data processing modules within i-telemetry. This process yields valuable insights that can be strategically employed to make informed decisions for enhancing operational processes.
Reliable hardware stackThe i-telemetry comprehensive monitoring solution consists of intelligent sensors and meters designed to facilitate the remote monitoring of various parameters, including air quality, velocity, and more. These devices are equipped with extended battery life capabilities and can efficiently transmit data to a gateway within a range of 1,200 feet, even when passing through 12 walls. This makes them the perfect.
Reading frequency alterationTo acquire data at your desired rate, configure i-telemetry to set the reporting frequency according to your needs. You can choose to collect data either on an hourly basis, every 10 minutes, or any other interval that suits your requirements. This data collection will enable you to monitor various parameters, such as air quality, within a specific facility.
Customized & Interactive ReportsHistorical data can be organized into a tabular format and presented in the form of a report. The tabulated data can be easily downloaded in various formats with a simple click and subsequently analyzed to enhance efficiency, using i-telemetry.
Graphical RepresentationsEnhanced with i-telemetry's intelligent data analysis capabilities, the tabulated information can be seamlessly transformed into charts and graphs. This visual representation streamlines and expedites the examination of raw data, facilitates the instant identification of information and insights, facilitates trend and pattern recognition, and enhances decision-making processes.
Flexible to Detect Specific GasThe i-telemetry solution can be tailored to monitor the detection of a specific gas. Through the integration of additional sensors, various types of gases, such as toxic, flammable, corrosive, or even asphyxiants, can be identified within a particular facility.