Healthy Work Environments

Keep the indoor air quality under control at your workplace

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Good indoor air quality means:

Higher productivity

Multiple studies have found a direct correlation between air quality health and employee performance.

Working in well-ventilated offices with low levels of indoor pollution and CO2 leads to up to 61% higher cognitive functioning scores among employees.

Well-ventilated workspaces can result in a $6500 change in a typical office worker’s productivity by improving strategic thinking, information perception, and crisis response.

Fewer sick leaves

Increased fatigue, decreased concentration, and headache – these are examples of the ‘sick building syndrome when all employees experience similar negative symptoms after spending time at a workspace.

Improve the wellbeing of your employees by tracking the index for the spread of airborne viruses (Airborne Viral Transmission Index, AVTI) with Atmocube.

Research shows that medical costs generate about $3.27 of savings for every dollar spent on wellness programs in offices.

Increased job satisfaction

The competition for top talent has never been higher.

Show your employees that you care by broadcasting the good air score on display mode in your office spaces.

Contribute to your brand’s image as a caring employer and increase employee retention.

“This new product is positioned far more for the post-COVID era, where air quality inside offices is going to be vital… the Atmocube will be prominent and visible in order to give office workers peace of mind that their air quality is good.”
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does indoor air quality impact employee productivity?
Yes. There are numerous studies backing up the correlation between productivity levels and air quality. Learn more in this article.
What air quality pollutants are frequent detected in office spaces?
Particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, PM10), volatile organic compounds, microorganisms and other. Learn more here.
How can we share air quality health score with our employees?
You have three options:
  1. Enable the display mode in your admin dashboard and broadcast the air quality score on the e-ink display. The display has a 3-year battery life and automatically connects to the closest Atmocube without needing installation.
  2. Encourage your employees to download the user app to access the data wherever they are.
  3. Print out the unique QR code for users to scan and check the building’s real-time air quality score on the web from any device.
What parameters does Atmocube monitor?
Atmocube measures CO2, TVOC, CH2O, PM2.5, PM1, PM10, CO, O3, Temperature, Humidity, Light intensity, and Noise. More on Atmocube Sensors here.
Can we request custom designed indoor air quality monitors to match our office space design?
Absolutely. Contact us by submitting the form to discuss the details.