Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
With UnaBiz

For healthier, safer, more productive environments

Why UnaBiz Indoor Air Quality Sensors?

CO2 Sensor
With Temperature & Humidity

Other Sensors for Air Quality Wellness:
TVOC, PM2.5, Temperature & Humidity Sensor

Wireless, with visual display

Data stored on cloud & accessible via user-friendly dashboard/ API calls

Easy integration with Building Management System (BMS)

Monitor multiple locations remotely & simultaneously

Alerts facility managers when CO2 level is too high, to ventilate space

Premises for Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Care Facilities

High CO2 Levels Indicate Poor Ventilation


Measurements that exceed 1100 ppm is indicative of inadequate ventilation or potential overcrowding and should be addressed immediately.
National Environment Agency

According to World Health Organization, airborne transmission of the coronavirus is possible for people who spend extended periods in crowded and poorly ventilated rooms. Building managers are advised to aim for CO2 levels below 800 parts per million (ppm), according to Singapore Health and Building Authorities.

Reduce aerosol transmission by


Air filtrations systems can reduce the risk of virus spread by


Air quality sensors, CO2 sensors, as well as temperature and humidity sensors allow facility managers to take real-time actions to improve the ventilation of indoor space. Using the data, building managers can implement data-driven ventilation to allow the flow of fresh air to be automatically optimised.

Real Life Cases

Better manpower management with real-time visibility and automated threshold limit notifications for staff to act upon.

Lower infection risk, and reduce the risks of transmission airborne diseases such as COVID-19.

Increase productivity of children and employees.

“Poor ventilation also has an impact on cognitive ability and therefore productivity, so lowering CO2 levels means no one feels tired or groggy, giving us a more optimal learning environment for children.”

Sue-Ling Lau, Director of The Gap Cubbyhouse Montessori

“…On top of real-time actions, our operation team can further analyse historical data stored on the cloud via a user-friendly dashboard, so that we can draw correlations between indoor capacity, length of activities and CO2 levels to predict IAQ and ventilate the rooms regularly.”

Agatha Tan, Divisional Director of THKMC’s Disability Services

How to start monitoring your Indoor Air Quality?

Step 1

Simply stick wireless IAQ Sensor with 3M tape on the wall at eye level.

Step 2

Set up the alerts thresholds

Step 3

Get notified via a mobile app such as Telegram when CO2 level is too high.

Step 4*

Regulate occupancy, or airflow by adjusting Air Handling Units (AHU)

*IAQ data can also be integrated with existing building management system (BMS) to eventually automate the entire HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) process.

Platform Features

  • Device Management 
    Identification of devices, add/remove/edit
  • Widgets
    Various graphs and visualization available
  • History Trace
    Webhooks log
  • Export Data
    Excel format, CSV/Image
  • User Account Management
    User Groups/Access Levels
  • Alerts if thresholds crossed
    Notification through email, SMS or mobile app
Visualisation on website or mobile app

UnaBiz selected Indoor Air Quality Solutions:

Connected Airwits CO2 sensor

An easy to install, easy to use CO2, temperature, and humidity metering device for real-time monitoring with ultra low lifetime costs.

Connected Airwits Indoor Air Quality

A simple total volatile organic compounds, temperature, and humidity meter with long battery life.

Create a healthier, safer, more productive environment