Improving indoor living
CubeSensors are small indoor monitoring devices that made their debut at this year's Launch Festival in San Francisco.
The 2" cordless device can measure temperature, humidity, vibrations, noise, light, air quality and barometric pressure for rooms in your home or office. They wirelessly send the captured data to the cloud via a base station where you can track historic environmental trends, or receive notifications and recommendations on how you can improve your indoor living and working environment for optimal health and productivity.
A few of the alerts include knowing when and where to aerate rooms or office, or understand the effects of temperature and air quality on your sleeping habits.
More details about the device can be found at: Cubesensors.com or by listening to Cubesensor's CEO Ales Spetic explain the product in more detail below.
Additional: Gizmag, Epoch Times, Techcrunch
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