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CO2 monitoring with WioTerminal

WioTerminal with a CO2 sensor to measure the indoor air quality and remind to ventilate the room. Useful IoT device - 2020 Corona Pandemie.

According to the current state of science (Fennelly, Lancet, 2020), tiny drops of liquid (aerosols) play a much larger role in the spread of respiratory infections than previously thought. Too little ventilation increases the risk of illness, too much ventilation is harmful to the environment. With this hands-on project for demand-oriented ventilation, we would like to take the initiative to make regular operations a little safer in Corona times and at the same time to appreciate climate protection. Even after the pandemic, targeted ventilation helps us to stop creeping fatigue processes in class. Because high CO2 values ​​also reduce the students’ attention and learning behavior.”

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