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Airly and Airthings join forces to analyze both indoor and outdoor air quality

The companies announce a partnership to offer their customers an end-to-end solution to monitor air quality both outside and inside buildings.

Airly has partnered with Airthings, a global leader in indoor air quality solutions and energy-saving technology, to provide the Airthings for Business solution to its customers. By adding Airly’s external air quality sensors to Airthings’ existing solution, both the indoor and outdoor air quality data will be available via the Airthings dashboard and API—providing additional value to both Airthings’ and Airly customers. 

“When working with schools, hospitals, commercial property managers and others – we often get questions if we can provide solutions for indoor air quality monitoring. Post-pandemic, most office workers are looking forward to returning. Great workplace always supported more than just work — now people expect health and wellness to be built into everything and employers now face mounting pressure to synergize indoor and outdoor spaces. We are very excited to partner with Airthings and to be able to offer our customers end-to-end solution – to measure both outdoor & indoor air quality. Such synergy is something that the air quality monitoring market definitely needs. We see the great potential of this cooperation and we are looking forward to its effects – says the CEO and co-founder of Airly, Wiktor Warchałowski. 

By leveraging air quality data, Airthings is helping businesses around the world improve energy efficiency in buildings while ensuring a healthy and productive indoor environment,” said Øyvind Birkenes, CEO of Airthings. “Together with Airly, we go one step further by integrating outdoor sensors into our existing IoT solution, allowing our customers to have an even greater control of the air quality in their buildings through an all-in-one solution.”

A Solution for Any Building

Air pollution is a well-known issue in cities around the world, but less has been said about the effects of indoor air pollution. Without proper ventilation, we can be exposed to high levels of pollutants over long periods, which can lead to serious health problems as well as decreased productivity. Having a full picture of both indoor and outdoor air quality is not only beneficial to our health but is also essential to optimize ventilation and achieve maximum energy efficiency in a building.

Airthings for Business helps building managers make informed decisions using around-the-clock indoor air quality data. Set up in a matter of minutes, the wireless monitors run on long-lasting batteries, making the solution easily scalable and customizable to any new or existing space. With the partnership, Airly’s sensors will be integrated into the Airthings for Business solution providing added value to existing and new customers. To learn more about Airthings’ business solution visit airthings.com/business.


About Airly 

Founded in 2016, Airly is a cleantech startup that provides ultra-local, accurate, predictive outdoor air quality data to help tackle air pollution. Airly enables governments, companies and individuals to reduce air pollution globally.  

About Airthings

Airthings is a global technology company and producer of award-winning radon and indoor air quality monitors for homeowners, businesses, and professionals. Founded in 2008, Airthings is on a mission to ensure that people around the world recognize the impact of indoor air quality and take control of their health through simple, affordable, and accurate technology solutions while optimizing energy consumption in buildings.

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