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A tiny sensor to tell you about your surrounding airThe 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. Technology is enabling people to take better care of their health through monitoring and access to information. However, 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.
Harmful gases include Carbon Monoxide, Ozone, Nitrogen Oxides, Sulfur Dioxide, Formaldehyde, Methane Gas (leaks), Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and more!
Harmful Gases are everywhere! They are around you right now!
AerNos Nano Gas Sensors can be used for a variety of applications including environmental air quality monitoring, medical research, healthcare applications, food spoilage and safety, industrial safety and homeland security.
We are excited to bring this breakthrough gas sensing technology to you soon to your homes, work environments, modes of transportation, smart cities and the Internet of Things.
Air Quality Monitoring
Medical Research/Healthcare Applications
Imagine feeling sick at home or when you are out and about. It may have everything to do with the air you are breathing. Our nano sensor will be able to inform you so that you can take corrective action! Be on top of your health with the air your breathe.
Food Safety & Spoilage
Nano gas sensors can be used to research the impact of Air Pollution on Asthma, Lung Diseases, COPD, Brain Development, Cognitive Development, Diabetes, Obesity, Dimentia, and other disorders. Nano gas sensors can also be used for early disease detection using exhaled breath! You heard that right! Our breath has specific biomarkers that can be used to know if you have specific medical conditions like Cancer, Diabetes, Alzheimers and more! Think of dogs that have been known to detect cancerous conditions of their owners. Same concept!
Ever wonder if the "farm fresh" vegetables and fruits you just bought are safe from pesticides? Well a nano gas sensor would be able to detect and tell you so! What about all that food in your refrigerator that goes to waste? Imagine an app on your phone warning you to have that sushi before it goes bad or there is cheese in your fridge causing bad odor!
Ever been to a work environment where the smell of chemicals was obvious? Perhaps you work in such an environment. Imagine if you knew what short and long term impact those chemicals are having to your health! A nano gas sensor would be able to detect these chemicals so that companies can do something about it and the work environment can be a safe one.
Nano gas sensors can be used to detect search and rescue missions, human remains, chemical accidents, fire hazards, firearm, explosives, chemical warfare agents, narcotics and more!