Brussels Orthopedics & Sports Institute


Air quality monitoring and communication through smart screens.

Project Overview

The main objects of the project were to monitor, evaluate and communicate air quality conditions through the smart screens network located in each room of the health care centre.


Permanent air quality monitoring devices and purification units were installed in different rooms of the centre. The measurement devices were targeting to evaluate real-time indoor air quality conditions while the purification units were used to improve overall indoor air quality in the building.

Moreover, the Airscan team adapted the cloud platform to be used on smart screens. TV screens located in the building rooms were used to communicate real-time air quality conditions. Such parameters as “Health”, “Comfort”, “Cognition” and “Building” were available to the personnel and visitors of the centre in an easy to understand way.

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Visual representing the green building certificate from Airscan.