In conjunction with CubeSensors, the new NanaWellness System, consists of two components: a compact and ingenious sensor cube that complements any décor, and an app that allows for remote monitoring from any smartphone or tablet. Together the cube and app provide unprecedented visibility into the air quality of a room, making it instantly clear when a fresh infusion of outdoor air is best. With easy to operate NanaWall systems, the large openings create faster, more convenient and effective air exchange to reduce indoor air pollutants.
An average of 90 percent of the day is spent indoors, and yet these is no easy way of detecting and correcting the indoor quality of life. According to the EPA, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are up to five times more likely to occur within the home than outside. To combat this health risk, when the NanaWall system is closed, the new NanaWellness System alerts the homeowner when it’s necessary to open or safe to close his or her NanaWall System.
“We are excited about connecting our products to the “Internet of Things’. In addition to the exhilaration benefit when the NanaWall is open and the shelter benefit when the NanaWall is closed, we now offer a new dimension to our product by offering NanaWellness,” notes NanaWall Systems CEO Ebrahim Nana.
The NanaWellness System goes far beyond traditional CO2 monitors. It measures temperature, volatile organic compounds, humidity, noise, ambient light, and barometric pressure; and wirelessly transmits its findings to any Android, iOS, or Windows smartphone or tablet with an easy-to-read user interface.
The NanaWellness System will be unveiled at the NanaWall Systems booth #C3843 during the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, Feb. 4-6, 2014; it will be available in the second quarter of 2014.
CubeSensors are small, stylish and connected devices that help you understand how every room in your home or office is affecting your health, comfort and productivity.
CubeSensors were cofounded by Ales Spetic and Marko Mrdjenovic. They bring extensive startup experience to the “Internet of Things” products. CubeSensors won the TechCrunch Hardware Battlefield award during CES 2014.