Air2Learn – smart indoor climate at H22
We are all affected by indoor air. In Sweden we spend an average of 90% of our time indoors, whether it is at home, at work, at school or in other places in our everyday lives.
Air quality affects our ability to concentrate and learn, reduces productivity and increases the risk of spreading infection. Children are more sensitive than adults and are greatly affected by the air quality where they are. During H22 City Expo, Lindab will present the Air2Learn project together with Pingday, schools, Skol- & Fritidsförvaltningen and Fastighetsförvaltningen in Helsingborg.
By using smart sensors, temperature and air quality (e.g. carbon dioxide, particles and humidity) is measured, and also how many pupils are in the classroom and whether windows are open or closed. This way, pupils and teachers can learn about the importance of good air quality and how we can create a better indoor climate with simple adjustments.