【室内空气太糟糕了?让这个盒子来帮你!】

【室内空气太糟糕了?让这个盒子来帮你!】这款名为Awair的设备不仅可以监测室内空气中的温度、湿度、二氧化碳、粉尘等数据,还能利用配套的APP对这些数据进行分析,给住在该房间里的用户提供合理建议,并启动相应的物联网家具设备来改善室内空气。有没有觉得很酷,目前这个盒子已开放预订,预计在今年秋季上市。

 

 

If you have allergies, you know that air quality can mean the difference between having a productive day and being a congested, sneezing pile of sadness. The Awair from Bitfinderanalyzes the indoor temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, fine dust particles and volatile organic compounds in the air and uses that information to provide individual recommendations via a companion app and trigger IoT devices help reduce the chances of spending the day leaking snot.

The Awair started as an Arduino board with multiple sensors attached to help Bitfinder co-founder Ronald Ro track the air quality of his home to help manage his daughter's eczema. After realizing that the information could help others, the Awair was built using a state-of-the-art calibration chamber with sensors far beyond what his prototype had. Ro says the device can help people manage their allergies, sleep habits and productivity. Users just select one of those options in the app and it begins tracking and analyzing the air and a user's behavior and builds recommendations around that data.

To help maximize the recommendations, the Awair connects to a backend that can be used by other manufacturers to connect to the air sensor to launch IoT devices. For example, if the air is too stuffy, a Nest can be triggered to turn on the fan in a house. The company has an open API for developers to plug into that backend and a WeMo-likeplugin module called the AWAIR Connect is in the works. Plus, it's working on developing a channel on online-scripting service, IFTTT. The Awair will be available for pre-order on May 27 for $149 and will ship in the fall.


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