The Indoor Environment
News Editor - 11.01.2021, 17:20
New study by leading research institute demonstrates the role of technology in making indoor air safer.
Dan Shields - 24.11.2020, 08:54
Dan Shields, CEO of Building IoT management platform operator, Shields Energy, explains how realtime management of occupancy levels and indoor air quality is making facilities safer post-Covid-19.
News Editor - 18.11.2020, 11:16
The addition of a Virus Risk Indicator to Airthings' IAQ and Radon monitoring platforms provides insights into the contribution of indoor air quality in spreading airborne viruses.
News Editor - 17.11.2020, 22:23
Demand control ventilation platform Aircuity has launched "Air Quality as a Service" (AQaaS), an indoor air quality (IAQ) solution to helps building owners create healthy buildings that meet COVID-19 re-entry and longer term requirements for the indoor environment.
News Editor - 20.10.2020, 10:40
SSE Enterprise’s distributed energy business is set to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in mechanically ventilated buildings by utilising bipolar ionisation.
News Editor - 13.10.2020, 12:28
UK mechanical and electrical (M&E) contractor Evotech has launched Evotech Air Quality, a new division dedicated to tackling poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in workplaces.
Gary Bradshaw - 22.09.2020, 16:37
Omniflex director Gary Bradshaw explains the benefits of wirelessly operated remote temperature monitoring systems for research facilities and laboratories.
News Editor - 21.09.2020, 12:23
Sontay's Smart Sensor for intelligent building applications has been selected for a "Technical Innovation of the Year" prize at this year's virtual Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) awards
Neal Langerman - 12.06.2020, 16:34
Neal Langerman, PhD, a freelance chemist with Kolabtree, discovers significant omissions in UK government guidelines for businesses reopening premises after Covid-19 lockdown.
Steve Teesdale - 12.06.2020, 14:43
Steve Teasdale, InnuScience co-Founder and Vice-President of Scientific Affairs, explains why recognising differences between bactericides, virucides and fungicides is essential for COVID-Security.