Energy from renewable sources is a big deal these days. We have solar projects being constructed on a large scale. Consumers also enjoy a growing selection of personal and home-use solar panels for their own consumption too.
With so much attention focused on how to harvest energy from clean sources, it’s easy to forget that there is a health impact as well. Pollution!
Here to remind us is Airboxlab, who is introducing their product of the same name (I know, right?) up on Indiegogo.
The Airboxlab is the first smart device to monitor indoor air quality and send those results to the free iOS or Android app for review. You’ll be able to see the levels of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and particulate matter as well as temperature and humidity.
The 6 built-in sensors continually monitor the environment, and that data is analyzed and used to provide recommendations on how to improve your indoor air quality.
The company is looking to jump-start a community to crowd-source measurements so they can continually improve the accuracy and reporting of the Airboxlab device.
Live healthier by knowing your environment and how to improve the air quality. Visit Airboxlab.com for full details about the product and the company. The project is almost fully-funded on Indiegogo – go pledge and become part of an important community.