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Every City Will Regret Not Doing This Sooner!

The tsunami of smart city initiatives is being felt across the world. But is your city riding the wave or is it at risk of being crushed!

The foundations of smart city initiative are to improve quality of life, drive an innovative economy and create a sustainable environment for all. You hear about Singapore, Copenhagen, Seoul, London, Helsinki and Barcelona as top smart cities in the world spending millions, if not billions, to improve the lives of their citizens. They are most definitely investing in the future while already seeing benefits today!

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Want to Increase Productivity Levels?

Businesses spend billions of dollars annually in renovating and enhancing work spaces to create the "perfect" environment in hopes of increasing employee productivity. Does it work? Of course, it works! But, are businesses missing out on the most important factor of all?

According to OSHA, the annual cost of poor air quality in office environments cost employers $15 billion. "Even modest improvements to indoor environmental quality may have a profound impact on the decision-making performance of workers." - Joseph Allen

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THE WALL
Our Sensor | Your Opinion

The average adult takes 20,000 breaths every day. With each breath, individuals are vulnerable to invisible and harmful gases in the environment. Research demonstrates that these gases can have a negative impact on human health.
Consumers have not been able to act on personal exposure to harmful airborne gases because there has not been a way to monitor the air individuals are breathing until now.

THE WALL is where you learn and share your opinions on how you would use the AerNos nano gas sensor.

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School Air ~ What Do Our Children Really Breathe?
 School, Indoor Air Quality, Children >
by Sundip R. Doshi

As of fall of 2016, 50.4 million students will attend U.S. schools and be part of over 13,500 school districts and almost 100,000 public schools. According to National Center for Educational Studies (NCES) approximately $584 billion will be spent related to their education.

With 20,000 breaths taken each day, this translates into a total of over 336 Billion breaths a day. A scary proposition - especially when the average school buildings were constructed more than 44 years ago! Why is this important?

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Air ~ The Road Less Traveled
 
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by Sundip R. Doshi

In a time when pretty much all information is at one's fingertips, we all appear to be wiser than eer before, especially when it comes to taking care of our health and wellness. The essentials for every living being are food, water and air.
Air - important to living beings because its a critical component in cellular respiration, the metabolic process by which we produce energy to live. We take 20,000 breaths a day - that's 584 billion breaths in a lifetime and yet we don't appear to know what's in the air we breathe.

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Turning Nano Gas Sensors into Sexy Lean Mean Health Machines
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by Sundip R. Doshi

We take 20,000 breaths every day and each and every breath is susceptible to tens of thousands of gases in the environment.

In many cases, they have a negative impact on our health. These gases range from your typical air pollution gases, to exposure from a new furniture or flooring you installed, to gases you are exposed to at work and at home when a new cleaning chemical is introduced to your environment and the list goes on and on.

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Avoid Food Spoilage with Nanotechnology
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by Sundip R. Doshi

Advances in Nanotechnology has propelled the understanding for health and wellness to new heights. One such area of Nanotechnology deals with daily food consumption such as improving food safety, reducing pesticide usage in farms, and improving "just-in-time" food delivery models resulting in fresh food availability for all.

In a world where millions go hungry everyday, Nanotechnology can also play a huge role in reducing food spoilage and ultimately food wastage!

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Home sweet Home - Why do I feel unhealthy when I am at home?
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by Sundip R. Doshi

Now here is an interesting fact; According to the EPA, our indoor environment is twoto five times more toxic than our outdoor environment, and in some cases, the air measurements indoors could be 100 times more polluted! According to World Health Organization (WHO), 4.3 million people a year die from the exposure to household air pollution. Perhaps its time to take some action! Indoor air pollutants play a significant role in triggering asthma attacks according to EPA. Triggers are things that can cause asthma symptoms, an episode or attack or make asthma worse.

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