Nanotechnology-based intelligent multi-SENsor System with selective pre-concentration for Indoor air quality control
SENSIndoor aims at the development of novel nanotechnology based intelligent sensor systems for selective monitoring of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) for demand controlled ventilation in indoor environments.
Greatly reduced energy consumption without adverse health effects caused by the Sick Building Syndrome requires optimized ventilation schemes adapted to specific application scenarios like offices, hospitals, schools, nurseries or private homes.
- SENSIndoor will measure the quality of indoor air.
- SENSIndoor will develop smart, energy efficient ventilation systems.
- SENSIndoor will bring forth demand controlled ventilation – the key for energy efficient buildings.
- SENSIndoor will develop novel nanotechnology-based microsensor systems for room specific ventilation
03/06/2016SENSIndoor holds special session at the EUROSENSORS 2016
Several members of the SENSIndoor consortium will hold a joint special session on the project at...
19/05/2016SENSIndoor presentation on CIMTEC Congress 2016
SENSIndoor partners are invited to give presentations as part of the symposium J-2 during the...
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 604311.