During the pandemic, we’ve all become aware of the steps we can take to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission indoors – from limiting capacity and wearing masks, to opening windows and adjusting the air temperature. But these risk assessments can be difficult to keep up with and monitor. This is where the Airthings Virus Risk Indicator comes into play. Unveiled at this year’s CES, Airthings sensors will monitor indoor air quality and detect if the quality dips and virus transmission risk rises, a valuable tool to help restaurants and businesses know when their capacity has reached its limit. Airthings monitors can also be used in the home to detect for risks like radon, mold, carbon dioxide, smoke, and other indoor chemicals.

Watch this video to learn more about how the Airthings Virus Risk Indicator works: