Breeze Small-Scale Air Quality Sensors & Breeze Environmental Analytics Cloud
Breeze pushes the limits of environmental sensor development. Our small-scale air quality sensors can measure common pollutants like carbon and nitrogen oxides, ozone, particulate matter and many more. Their competitive price point allows for new applications like smart air quality management in your office buildings or large-scale environmental sensing in your urban environment.
Our environmental analytics cloud platform gathers real-time data from Breeze air quality sensors as well as external data sources. Based on machine learning and big data technologies, we use our proprietary Adaptive Cloud Calibration Engine to increase data reliability and accuracy. The Breeze cloud platform allows you to achieve an arbitrarily high data resolution and can assist facility management, environmental scientists and even municipality management and governments in understanding air quality, its influences and how to improve it.
We are an interdisciplinary team of scientists, analysts, engineers, designers and consultants. Our experience comes from national and international projects. By partnering with industry-leading companies such as Microsoft, IBM and Amazon, we ensure continuous and professional service delivery. We have been funded through two different, EU-driven startup programs, and are working closely together with renowned research institutes and universities. Our offices are in Hamburg, Germany, but you can find us around the world, always fighting for a better tomorrow.
Intelligent Workspace Air Quality Monitoring Beyond CO2
Our high-end sensors enable you to measure the impact of your office environment on your employees and develop strategies to optimize their health and productivity. Act today, to protect both your employees as well as your profits.
Our solution enables you to achieve an arbitrarily high data resolution and creates a basis for completely new fields of applications. In the future you will not only be able to recognize problems like traffic jams to initiate appropriate countermeasures. You can also analyze the impact urban development activities have on the urban climate, identify best practices and optimize your city layout. The possibilities are almost endless.