Did you know we spend 90% of our lives indoors and take about 20,000 breaths per day?
In fact, indoor pollution can be 2-5X worse than outdoors and is often referred to as a silent killer.
One of the biggest factors affecting our personal health and productivity is exposure to indoor pollution and access to proper ventilation.
Do you know what’s in the air you’re breathing?
The world’s first IoT solution to real-time monitoring of indoor pollution and the critical factors that affect healthy indoor environments.
Indôr is the easiest and most reliable way to monitor, track, and respond to the factors that keep our homes, classrooms, and businesses – and the occupants inside – healthy, safe, and productive.
Indôr can help keep indoor environmental quality (IEQ) at conditions NOT favorable for
virus spread and most favorable for occupant health, well-being, and productivity in a
post Covid 19 economy.
Leveraging a robust combination of microprocessors and state-of-the-art sensors combined with proprietary algorithms, Indôr provides key benefits:
Indôr provides safety, security, and peace of mind for family members inside the home and offers transparency and secure remote access to share and compare indoor pollution data with loved ones located elsewhere.
As the economy recovers from COVID-19, consumers will demand retail businesses and restaurants monitor, track, and provide public access to indoor pollution levels and other healthy building metrics. Customers deserve to know what they are breathing inside the buildings where their valuable time and money are spent.
Indôr is compliant with California Assembly Bill AB 841 carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring requirements which mandates CO2 air quality monitoring inside every classroom to reduce COVID-19 transmission and infection risk.
Providing an alert when the carbon dioxide levels in the classroom have exceeded 1,100 ppm and increasing classroom ventilation rates, above the state standard, would substantially decrease illness absence, improve student concentration and focus, increase cognitive ability and test scores, and produce economic benefits.
Proper ventilation and access to healthy indoor environmental quality (IEQ) conditions can affect employee sick days, productivity, and business profits. For example, a 2X increase in ventilation can improve employee cognitive ability, productivity, and business profits by up to 10%. The cost of monitoring / improving ventilation 2X is ~$50/ Person/Yr.
Simple, Low-Cost Solution for Monitoring and Tracking Indoor Pollution
Achieve Optimal Indoor Environments for Students, Employees, and Customers
Improve Student, Employee, and Family Health and Well-Being
Avoid Conditions That Allow Dangerous Bacteria and Viruses to Flourish
Increase Employee Productivity and Profits
Enhance Value of Building and Business
We hope you will support our vision and join our movement to map and track “The Great Indoors” – bringing transparency and awareness to monitoring healthy indoor spaces and protecting the most valuable assets inside the building, its occupants.
AQI (Air Quality Index)
VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds, Chemicals)
CO (Carbon Monoxide)
CO2 (Carbon Dioxide)
NO2 (Nitrogen Dioxide)
dB Meter (Noise)
Lux Meter (Light)
PM1 (Particulate Matter)
PM2.5 (Particulate Matter)
PM10 (Particulate Matter)
LED AQI Indication
Dimmable LED Night Light
Programmable Smart Plug
USB Charging Port
USB-C Charging Port
NarrowBand LTE, WiFi, BLE
iOS, Android, Reactive Web App
Cutting edge sensor modules measure indoor pollutions levels and overall IEQ
No WiFi required, narrowband IoT ensures simple, secure, remote access
Proprietary technology platform with seamless smart system integration
AI and data can predict employee health and business productivity trends
Our company, VizAeras, means “Visual Air.” We comprise an experienced team of passionate innovators and health creators.
We developed an IoT platform technology, “indor”, designed to monitor healthy building conditions also known as Indoor Environmental Quality or “IEQ.”
IEQ is most simply described as the conditions inside a building and how it affects the health and well-being of those who occupy it.
With “indor” we can monitor and track not only the carbon dioxide (C02) levels within the air we breathe, but also temperature, humidity, light, sound, exposure to harmful chemicals, gasses, and pollutants, and other critical factors that affect human health and performance inside our homes, offices, classrooms, and retail businesses.
Our team was shocked to learn that the average adult takes approximately 20,000 breaths per day and spends 90% of their time indoors, where pollution can be 2-5X worse than outdoors.
We also learned that indoor pollution causes or aggravates up to 50% of all illnesses. In fact, the U.S. EPA now ranks indoor pollution as a top five environmental risk to public health and estimates that poor indoor air quality affects 33% to 50% of all commercial buildings in the U.S. and is responsible for over 10 million lost workdays per year.
In short, indoor spaces and long-term exposure to indoor pollution can truly affect our health, well-being, productivity, and even business profits!
Often referred to as a ‘silent killer’, experts believe monitoring and tracking indoor pollution will help save millions of lives and billions of dollars in annual health care costs and productivity loss, globally.
While Google Mapped “The Great Outdoors” OUR VISION at VizAeras is to Map, Track, and Connect “The Great Indoors”, providing transparency and real-time public access to indoor pollution levels for any building, from any device for free.
Our unique approach provides building owners and business operators with the ability to not only monitor, track, and publicly share healthy building metrics, but also respond to any potentially harmful conditions in real-time.
VizAeras’s patent pending platform technology and monitoring capabilities can also help improve business credibility, occupant health, and public trust by allowing families, employees, co-workers, students, and consumers to easily access, share, and compare indoor health and pollution data for any building.
True to our name, with “VizAeras” we can finally “visualize” indoor pollution levels before entering a building. Access to this critical information could shift immense power to consumers as they factor overall healthy building conditions when deciding where to
spend valuable time and money indoors.
In a post Covid-19 economy, we believe consumers will demand greater transparency and access to healthy indoor spaces.
It’s time to protect the most valuable asset inside the building, it’s occupants.
Clean indoor air. We care. You should too.
Join the healthy building movement. We appreciate the support.
To Make Indoor Environments Healthier, Safer, and More Accessible to Everyone.
Google mapped “The Great Outdoors.” VizAeras will be a catalyst for kick starting the healthy building movement, using our proprietary monitoring technology to map, track, and connect “The Great Indoors.”
We will bring greater transparency and access to healthy indoor spaces and help protect the most valuable asset inside the building, its occupants.
Our goal is to optimize indoor environments – minimizing indoor pollution levels and occupant exposure – in order to maximize human health and performance.
How We Will Achieve This?
VizAeras will reliably monitor, track, and provide real-time access to the critical factors that affect Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) conditions for any building, accessible from any mobile device, free to the masses.
We will also partner with businesses, schools and universities, organizations, and industry thought leaders that share a similar vision and passion for creating and optimizing healthy indoor environments.
Clean indoor air. We care. You should too.
Please join the healthy building movement. We appreciate the support.
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Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) refers to the quality of a building’s environment in relation to the health and wellbeing of those who occupy space within it.
The technology to specifically detect Covid-19 does not yet exist, however we can detect conditions that could allow transmission of airborne viruses and contaminents.
The common culprits that pollute indoor air are VOCs, radon, carbon monoxide, indoor particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide, and secondhand smoke which are all serious threats to your health.
You bet. Homes with consistently high humidity levels are often breeding grounds for mold and dust mites so expect more allergy issues, not to mention warped wood floor and furniture and damaging condensation on windows. On the other hand, extremely low humidity promotes the growth of certain bacteria and viruses that can lead to respiratory infections, and you’ll probably also notice itchy skin, dry coughing, bloody noses, sore throats, and constant jolts of static electricity. It is very important to monitor and be aware of these conditions.