Sundip R. Doshi joins Leaders from Microsoft, MIT AgeLab and Techlicious in Discussion Focused on Smart Home Advances and Health
San Diego — (December 30, 2019) – AerNos, Inc. today announced that its Founder and CEO, Sundip Doshi, will join a panel of Smart Home thought leaders at CES 2020 to discuss the question “Can Smart Homes Improve Our Health?”. According to the CES website, the conversation will focus on how the “home is transitioning from a place you take care of to a place that takes care of you through smart home health tracking.”
The panel will be held on Wednesday, January 8 from 10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. at the Venetian, Level 4, Marcello 4406.
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors and researchers and governments now recognize that indoor air can be more dangerous than outdoor air, even in large cities. Formaldehyde, benzenes and VOCs exist in concentrations up to 10x higher in enclosed indoor spaces and can cause health effects that range from ear, nose, and throat irritation to headaches, dizziness, and respiratory distress. Pinpointing sources is critical to eliminating or mitigating the negative health effects of exposure.
Tiny, low-cost gas sensors will enable a range of Smart Home innovations by detecting multiple harmful gases at parts-per-billion levels. Because of their high sensitivity and small form factor, these sensors can be integrated into IoT devices throughout the home, such as smart digital assistants, smart air purification and ventilation systems, HVAC, smart TVs, fire and security systems. Indoor and outdoor air will be monitored, with air quality monitored in every room in the home – from the kitchen to the garage to the nursery – prompting automated actions such as venting air out or bringing fresh air in, and alerting inhabitants. You’ll know if the new sofa in the living room, the new carpet in the nursery, or a tiny gas leak in the garage is affecting your home’s air quality so you can take action to keep your family safe and healthy.
“We are thrilled to be part of this conversation,” said AerNos Founder and CEO, Sundip Doshi. “The primary focus of our company is to change the way we think about air, a major cause of illness today. By embedding our nano gas sensors in 3rd party IoT devices throughout the home, we are empowering consumers and products with data to stay informed and to take action to improve health.”
AerNos CEO, Sundip R. Doshi will be a panelist on the Smart Home Session: Can Smart Homes Improve Our Health
Wednesday, January 8 from 10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m., Venetian, Level 4, Marcello 4406.
AerNos will exhibit at CES 2020 at the Sands Expo Booth 42137, January 7-10 in Las Vegas.
The AerNos sensor module will be on display in the Innovation Awards Showcase at CES 2020 as well as in the AerNos booth 42137 in the Sands Expo. To learn about AerNos at CES or to schedule a meeting during CES 2020 visit AerNos at CES.
AerNos, Inc. develops application-specific nano gas sensors based on its breakthrough and proprietary AerN2S™ Technology to detect harmful gases in the environment. AerNos nano gas sensors are designed to be easily integrated into consumer and commercial product lines, such as standalone monitoring devices, non-stationary devices (e.g., drones, industrial robots, construction equipment), modes of transportation, wearables, smartphones, and IoT. AerNos is the recipient of the 2018 Global Gas Sensors Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award from Frost & Sullivan. AerHome™, AerBand™, AerCity™, AerHome™, and AerNos™ are trademarks of AerNos, Inc. For more information, please visit www.AerNos.com. You may also contact us at media@AerNos.com.
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