CO2 sensors are used to detect the presence of carbon dioxide and monitor changes of the air quality. They are used in numerous industries such as manufacturing, agriculture and health and for air quality monitoring in homes and offices. Based on the determined CO2 values, ventilation systems can be controlled to ensure good air quality while minimizing energy consumption.
CO2 sensors can be used in a wide range of applications. Here are some examples:
Ensuring good quality of the breathed air has become a major issue. CO2 sensors are commonly used for monitoring indoor air quality in office buildings, schools, hospitals or smart homes. Software solution used: Geo-Based ProcessesSensors used: CO2 sensor, Bluetooth Low EnergyExample of use: Condition-Capturing Sensor Functions in Office Buildings
Carbon dioxide sensing devices can be used for real-time monitoring of quality, freshness, and safety of agricultural and food products. Software solution used: Geo-Based ProcessesSensors used: CO2 sensor, Bluetooth Low Energy
In mines or tunnels, CO2 sensors contribute to protect the workers' health by detecting any unusually high carbon dioxide concentration. Software solution used: Geo-Based ProcessesSensors used: CO2 sensor, Bluetooth Low EnergyExample of use: Positioning and Evacuation in the Mining Industry