Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), and Sensgreen, an IoT company that focuses on indoor air-quality monitoring and smart-building solutions, announced their partnership to help building owners ensure offices, schools, hotels, malls and other facilities have clean air in comfortable indoor settings.
Targeting the IoT’s smart-building sector, their offer combines Sensgreen’s SensNode air-quality sensor that monitors temperature, humidity, dew point, CO2, particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, PM10) and other key air-quality parameters with Kerlink’s Wirnet™ iFemtoCell and Wirnet™ iFemtoCell-evolution indoor gateways and Wanesy™ Management Center in customized wireless LoRaWAN® networks.
Air-quality data collected by SensNode is transferred to the cloud via Kerlink gateways. This allows building operators and workplace managers to see the measurements and calculations of parameters on a dashboard developed by Sensgreen. Using real-time and historical data, they can then adjust their HVAC systems to maintain their desired air-quality conditions and ensure building energy-efficiency goals are met.
“It has the ambition, vision and capability to be a major factor in the smart-building sector in the regions it serves across the Middle East and Asia, where Kerlink has a great deal of experience deploying industrial-grade LoRaWAN networks.”