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Aldes adds BreezoMeter air quality data to its product portfolio

BreezoMeter’s accurate, hyper-local air quality data is derived from big data algorithms and machine learning technology

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BreezoMeter for monitoring outdoor air quality
BreezoMeter for monitoring outdoor air quality

Ventilation product manufacturer Aldes has entered into a partnership with global air quality analytics provider BreezoMeter, to add real time and forecasted outdoor air quality data to its AldesConnect app and website.


Through this partnership, consumers and businesses can monitor, control and automate their air purifiers in accordance with surrounding outdoor as well as indoor air quality.


“Our partnership with BreezoMeter is a prime example of our commitment to the development of smarter, healthier, and more energy-efficient living spaces,” said Marc Brevière, marketing and communications director, Aldes.


“The combination of BreezoMeter’s powerful algorithm and our centralized purification solutions allows users to take control of the air they’re breathing on an accurate, large-scale basis.”


BreezoMeter’s accurate, hyper-local air quality data is derived from big data algorithms and machine learning technology, which use governmental sensors, satellites, weather patterns, transportation dynamics and other sources to determine the level of pollution in a given area.


Contractors, business owners, and architects can use this real-time information to power the filtration systems within their buildings, regulate airflow, minimize the load on heating and cooling systems, and significantly reduce energy use.


Additionally, customers can download AldesConnect for use with their InspirAIR Home and Dee Fly Cube air purifiers. The newly added outdoor data instructs users on when to open their windows for fresh air, or keep their families healthy by closing up and purifying surrounding air.


Moreover, Aldes is providing BreezoMeter’s air quality forecast to alert on changing conditions.


“Air quality data is becoming an indispensable part of consumers’ daily health routines, and it all starts in the smart home and connected apps,” said Ziv Lautman, co-founder of BreezoMeter. “Pairing indoor and outdoor air quality information can increase consumer engagement and retention, boost profits, and ultimately save lives.”




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