Industrial air sensor module solution to add value to edge AI application

31-07-2023 | Innodisk | Test & Measurement

Innodisk has launched a new industrial air sensor module solution with its subsidiary, Sysinno, providing accurate sensing, easy implementation, and minimal computing power. The modules deliver real-time monitoring of temperature, humidity, and six air quality index detection, including particulate matter (PM2.5, PM10), CO, CO2, HCHO, TVOC, O₃ and more. With its unique algorithm and adoption of original sensor heads from world-leading brands, the modules ensure accurate and reliable sensing values.

The modules can readily integrate with various systems, such as IPC, PCs, edge servers, and embedded systems through an I2C interface or USB Sensor Carrier board. At the same time, the module's design ensures minimal computing power consumption and stops excessive heating during operation. Furthermore, with the company's excellent quality of in-house manufacturing process and adherence strictly to industrial standards, the modules have passed many third-party accuracy tests, which has made the modules surpass other OEM air sensor devices available and can be trusted to implement into diverse fields.

The modules can integrate into smart poles, EV charging stations, and kiosks, which adds considerable value to these devices in the rapid expansion of smart cities. Installing the modules in facilities in hospitals and healthcare centres improves air and service quality. In the smart factory, businesses can implement the modules to optimise humidity and air quality levels and safeguard workers' well-being.

These innovative air sensor modules perfectly combine its expertise in embedded applications and Sysinno's specialisation in air detection, with over a decade of experience and leading participation in more than 500 critical global projects. It provides a comprehensive and reliable solution to enhance air quality and contribute to a healthier and more sustainable future.


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