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Air Quality 101 Thermal Comfort Monitoring: Basics and Best Practices
Thermal comfort describes the condition of the mind that is satisfied with the temperature in its surrounding environment. Alongside indoor ...
Healthy Buildings Fitwel Certification: How it Works and How it’s Different
IAQ How The UL Healthy Buildings Program Works (And How To Make It Work For You)
Kaiterra Podcast: Turn IAQ Data Into Action in Commercial Buildings
Global Movement Air Quality Research: The Impact of Big Data on Evaluations and Studies
50 years ago, the field of air quality research was just getting started. Today, however, the field has grown by leaps and bounds.
Sensedge Introducing BACnet/IP Integration With Kaiterra Sensedge
In the advent of smart buildings, BACnet has emerged as the protocol standard in the Building Automation (BA) industry.
Wiki Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs)
Total Volatile Organic Compounds, or TVOCs, is a term used to describe a group of compounds that are present in emissions or ambient air.
Sensedge RESET Air v2.0: Meet New Standards With Kaiterra’s Enterprise Monitors
Today, building professionals expect healthier indoor spaces and higher air quality.
Sensedge How To Meet IWBI's New WELL v2 Certification
Are you looking to work on a WELL v2 project and are interested in how to best utilize the latest version of WELL?
Global Movement Finding Actionable Solutions for Korean Air Quality
In 2018, pollution levels in South Korea hit record highs and made head waves in the media.
Press Release Seoul’s Gangnam District Partners with Kaiterra to Support First Air Quality Improvement Effort for Korea
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (November 7, 2018) — In an effort to better understand air pollution in the city and design effective policies to combat pollution exposure
Global Movement Drishti Kathmandu: Working For A Pollution-Free Future
Kathmandu, Nepal, is known as one of the most polluted cities in the world.
Global Movement Mapping Air Quality in New Delhi
In June of 2018, an air quality sensor in New Delhi, India, detected off-the-scale pollution levels of 999+ AQI.