Minimise virus transmission in your workplace

An intelligent indoor air quality monitoring system


Minimise transmissions

Monitor air freshness & humidity levels

Manage occupancy

Control how office occupancy affects air quality

Contact tracing

Use sensor data to aid contact tracing & monitoring

Building a safer & more productive workspace

As occupancy in your office changes, so does the composition of the air inside it.

The latest studies show that low air humidity and air staleness increases the risk of virus transmission.

Studies also indicate that worker performance is directly impacted by high CO2 levels. Employees working in a lower CO2 environment are up to 60% more productive.

Our indoor air quality monitoring system tracks key elements like air humidity, CO2 levels and air freshness in your office's atmosphere, as well as enables you to take action to reduce the risk of virus transmission to improve the wellbeing of your employees.

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Ready to get back to normal?

Minimise virus transmission in your office space with OpenSensors.


Our indoor air quality monitoring system

One easy to understand dashboard

Automatic alerts when environmental thresholds reach high limits.

Monitor filtration & HVAC performance.

Monitor how occupancy levels affect the freshness of air.

Use sensor data to aid contact tracing & monitoring.

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Our indoor air quality system does not need access to your internal network or existing IT infrastructure. Our systems run on a dedicated network using our own 4G / mobile connection to the internet.

We take care of everything end to end

Our team takes care of the details, so you can focus on what's important for your business.

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Sensor deployment
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Network management
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Analytics & custom reporting

The science behind our system

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Optimal CO2

300–500 ppm

The transport of virus laden aerosols is affected by the physicochemical properties of aerosols themselves and environmental factors, including temperature, relative humidity, ultraviolet radiation, airflow and ventilation.

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Optimal humidity


Studies have found evidence that air quality within an office can have significant impacts on employees’ cognitive function, including response times and ability to focus.

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Optimal background noise


Ambient noise also affects people’s health by increasing general stress levels and aggravating stress-related conditions such as high blood pressure, coronary disease, peptic ulcers and migraine headaches.

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Still not sure what your office needs are?

Speak to our team of professionals and get a free assessment of your workplace. Whether you have a huge real estate portfolio or a small office space, we make workspace management as easy as it gets.


Our dedicated booking system

For a safer return to work

  • Ease of contact tracing
  • Adapted to people's working style
  • Cleaning routines driven by usage
  • Complete and comprehensive platform

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