Indoor Air Quality

The benefits of indoor air quality include improved health and comfort, enhanced productivity, and reduced energy costs. Good indoor air quality has been linked to improved respiratory health, better concentration, increased physical and mental performance, and fewer symptoms of allergies and asthma. It can also reduce energy costs by reducing the demand for heating and cooling systems.

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Indoor Air Quality Services

Good indoor air quality is achieved by controlling indoor air pollutants, such as dust, mold, and volatile organic compounds, and by improving ventilation.

  • Health and Well-being: Appropriate technical and operational definitions
  • Performance Metrics: For all aspects of IEQ
  • Interactions: Interactions between IEQ parameters
  • Occupant Behavior: How behavior impacts IEQ and how IEQ impacts behavior – psychological dimensions of IEQ
  • Smart Sensors and Big Data: Sensor properties, data management, cybersecurity, applications
  • Smart Controls: Equipment properties, commissioning, equivalence
  • Resilience and IEQ: Responding to climate change and disasters
  • Ventilation: Mechanical, passive, natural and hybrid systems
  • Air Tightness: Trends, methods and impacts
  • Thermal Comfort: Dynamic approaches, health impacts and trends
  • Policy and Standards: Trends, impacts, implications