By monitoring carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration is an inexpensive and powerful way to monitor the risk of people getting COVID-19, according to new research from the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) and the University of Colorado Boulder (*) in 2021. In any given indoor environment, when excess CO2 concentration double, the risk of transmission also roughly doubles, two scientists reported this week in Environmental Science & Technology Letters.

In response to this, Kiwi Technology’s “Smart Air Quality Monitoring and Management” IoT solutions and services strive to create “a new standard for public space facility management” to respond to the Covid-19 epidemic and prevent new lives in order to prevent contact infections.

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Japan’s ZOZO Marine Stadium has implemented four measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection from the Hiroshima match on May 28 (Friday). One of them is the deployment of a Kiwi Technology’s carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration % measuring device. As a safety measure for tourists, a service that monitors the carbon dioxide concentration in the store and public area and then displays it in real time is launched in Hiroshima Prefecture.

After deploy Kiwi Technology’s smart indoor air quality management solution, the three-in-one LoRa sensor with temperature, humidity and CO2 is used to create a dense monitoring LPWAN AIoT network, and the client can grasp the current indoor air quality in real time change, provide an IAQ indicator to customers and the person in charge, avoid the risk of virus infection due to excessive crowd concentration or poor indoor building air quality, and then adjust the air exchange rate of the building in a timely manner.

The use of easy-to-install wireless sensors enables long-distance communication and wide signal coverage. The results of space measurement of temperature, humidity and CO2 concentration in the building can be instantly visualized. The number of people in the space will affect the CO2 concentration of the space. , It changes over time. This AIoT solution can be used to reflect the number of people and movement in space, and provide an effective data information to relevant people for further analysis and action countermeasures.

Although countries around the world have implemented various epidemic prevention actions to prevent droplet infection, they must continue to implement new epidemic prevention actions. In society, epidemic prevention has become a part of our lives.

A reliable and real-time IAQ management solution can help improve the protection of “life safety”, avoid the impact of goodwill, and make people’s lives and residences more secure. The Japanese company took the lead in deployment of Kiwi Technology’s AIoT solutions to monitor the safety of indoor air quality. Not only did it keep up with this global trend, it also sparked sparks in the industry. We believe that under the leadership of leading industry players and government regulations, there will be more industry players join, so that Taiwan’s AIoT solution can one step ahead of the world.

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