by Brianna Crandall — May 12, 2021 — Senseware, a pioneer in indoor air quality (IAQ), was recently selected to help all 112 public schools in Washington, DC, fully reopen in a safe manner. Through the company’s real-time data and cloud technology platform, Senseware helps make spaces smart and healthy.
With the help of Senseware, school administrators can monitor classrooms and other spaces to ensure that air quality is optimized to reduce viral transmission and mitigate risk. At the touch of a button, customers can access live mechanical, electrical, plumbing and environmental data and recommendations.
Senseware’s cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) technology can sync with any monitoring device to provide critical insights in real time, from anywhere, and customizable to any environment.
CEO and Co-founder Dr. Serene Al-Momen stated:
As a parent myself, it is crucial to know our kids are safe while at school. DC Public Schools has put the health of their students and teachers first. At Senseware, we’ve committed to helping schools nationwide safely reopen. We want parents and teachers to feel confident about going back to in-person learning. Beyond our technology, we provide training and resources on how to create the safest environment for their community.
DC Public Schools and The Department of General Services said in their School Preparedness Memo, “After various solutions were vetted, the best solution was Senseware. This platform will allow us to answer the most basic question — is it working, and what we can do to continue to improve the indoor air quality.
With the pandemic, the need for IAQ monitoring has greatly increased in all public spaces, including schools, office buildings, sports arenas, restaurants and beyond. As more people see the business opportunity, more IAQ companies are popping up, points out Senseware. The company has been operating for over seven years, with 36 patents earned, and has built a reputation of trust.
Senseware team members pride themselves on meeting and exceeding WELL air quality standards. That means they over-deliver on every promise they make to their customers, says the company.
For more information, visit the Senseware website.