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Airthings Announces Partnership with Soter Technologies

Airthings, the global leader in indoor air quality monitoring and energy-saving solutions, has announced a new partnership with Soter Technologies, a leading provider of innovative environmental sensor and software technology. This collaboration seamlessly integrates the Airthings for Business solution into Soter’s portfolio to complement Soter Technologies’ FlySense® Vape Detection devices.

This partnership extends the scope of monitoring air quality in various establishments. Airthings technology has the capability to monitor a wide range of parameters, including radon, particulate matter (PM), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon dioxide (CO2), humidity, temperature, pressure, noise, and light. These sensors provide live measurements to the Airthings dashboard, providing in-depth analytics and insights. This advanced technology is specifically designed for monitoring overall air quality in schools, office buildings, hospitals, and other commercial spaces.

Soter Technologies presents FlySense® Vape Detection devices, specially designed for schools to monitor vaping and noise disturbances in areas where the use of cameras and microphones is prohibited. FlySense® is engineered to detect the chemical signatures of emissions from vape pens and identify sound anomalies that may indicate potential incidents of bullying. It promptly notifies designated personnel through text messages and/or emails. Importantly, FlySense devices do not compromise privacy, and are specialized for monitoring bathrooms and locker rooms. This partnership offers a comprehensive and competitive indoor air quality monitoring solution.

“Air quality in the education setting is paramount to the mission here at Airthings,” said Oyvind Birkenes, CEO of Airthings. “We know that by increasing air quality, we are happier, more productive, and have greater health overall. This partnership exemplifies a unified mission for these outcomes.”

“Airthings’ robust line of monitoring devices are proven in their ability to accurately monitor air quality in the education environment,” said Derek Peterson, CEO of Soter. “We are eager to work with a trusted partner at a time when indoor air quality is top-of-mind for so many organizations and their constituents.”


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