Better Building Blog
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
Sensedge Why Is Sensor Calibration Important & How Do Sensedge and Sensedge Mini Modules Solve This Problem?
Commercial Air Quality Monitors 101 — Modules & Calibration
Sensedge Case Study: Air Monitoring in Delos Asia Headquarters (WELL Gold)
How Air Quality Impacts a Company’s Bottom Line
Wiki Building-Related Illness
What Are Building-Related Illnesses? Building-Related Illnesses (BRI) are diseases that are directly caused by air-related problems
Sensedge Everything You Need to Know About the RESET Certification
RESET is a green building standard that emphasizes the health of occupants, focusing specifically on indoor air quality (IAQ).
Air Quality 101 5 Major Outdoor Air Pollutants You Should Know About
If you're evaluating ways to improve air quality in your building, don't miss our Watch the recorded course now to learn about critical parameters to monitor, device features and ...
Sensedge How Kaiterra Ensures That Sensedge Devices Are Accurate and Correctly Calibrated
What makes Kaiterra air quality monitors different from the rest? It all starts with how the sensors are calibrated.
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.