NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 29, 2019
Air pollution is one of the biggest health problems worldwide. With the earth’s air quality shockingly poor, one company is seeking to change this fact. Kona Partners LLP today announced that in July they will be launching the world’s smallest, lightest and most affordable wearable personal air pollution monitor and alert device – the airSniffler.
The airSniffler lets the wearer start monitoring their air quality continually in just minutes – for up to two weeks - 24/7 - on a single battery charge. It can be worn anywhere and clips or tethers to a person's clothing or any personal item such as a purse, handbag, briefcase or backpack.
To get started using the new gadget, simply sync airSniffler with its smartphone app on an Android or Apple device – and it’s ready to go. If airSniffler detects lower air quality, the user will receive a notification on their phone sent by Bluetooth. If pollution levels are elevated to dangerous levels – an LED light will blink on the device.
airSniffler also acts like a “weather station” – sending reminders regarding variants in ambient temperature, relative humidity and UV radiation levels. It’s easy to use with an at-a-glance Air Quality Index and history charts show how a user’s personal air quality around them has changed over a period of time.
Want to customize airSniffler? A user can personalize how they receive notification and also set “levels” for when they want to be notified about changing air quality and weather conditions. An “Advanced” option will show the user low-level sensor data. All data can be exported for convenient analysis in other applications. The user can also create a custom app for their airSniffler – just contact Kona Partner and they’ll provide documentation for the Bluetooth API.
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