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What are the roles of the Internet of Things in monitoring indoor air quality

Author:QINSUN Released in:2024-01 Click:32

With the reopening of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States in 2019, health and safety will be the top priority for construction businesses, homeowners, and others, while ensuring the safety of these individuals, must also ensure their spatial safety. A key component of this safety is indoor air quality monitoring. According to data from the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend an average of about 90% of their time indoors. In recent decades, due to factors such as building energy efficiency and increased use of synthetic materials, indoor concentrations of some pollutants have increased.

We face the risk of various indoor pollutants, including chemicals and bacteria in our space. The indoor concentration of some pollutants may be 2 to 5 times higher than what is usually seen outdoors, and those who are most susceptible to the adverse effects of pollution - very young children, elderly people, and those with cardiovascular or respiratory diseases - often spend more time indoors than the average American. Although CO2 levels have long been a concern, COVID-19 emphasizes the importance of proper indoor ventilation and clean air, as spaces such as offices, manufacturing facilities, universities, K-12 schools, and shopping centers welcome employees and customers back to their spaces.

Therefore, all types of organizations must know when the air in their facilities becomes unsafe, so that they can quickly solve any problems and reassure residents. The following are ways in which the Internet of Things can provide assistance.

Obtain real-time and real-time data through reliable networks

By utilizing the Internet of Things, organizations can obtain real-time and real-time information about the indoor air quality of their buildings at any time. The data collected by IoT enabled air quality monitors is crucial for understanding when space becomes unsafe, but only by connecting IoT sensors to a reliable network can users realize the full value of these devices.

This is where 0G networks come in handy. The 0G network has been optimized to regularly transmit small amounts of data over long distances. Therefore, they can continuously obtain data and subsequently report changes in factors that affect air quality.

The operating costs of these networks are also significantly lower than other network options. How could this be possible? Due to the small amount of information sent, less electricity is required, thereby reducing costs. This cost efficiency is accompanied by operational efficiency: because it is an RF network, 0G networks are not as prone to interruptions as cellular and Wi Fi networks. When adverse weather conditions (such as nearby wildfires) threaten the safety of buildings, the 0G network ensures connectivity to provide uninterrupted access to air quality data.

By connecting IoT enabled devices to the 0G network, business owners and other individuals responsible for building security can access the data they need to ensure the health, well-being, and safety of residents, so that they can safely reopen the space and remain open.