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Take a deep breath in your Smart Home:bad air is a thing of the past.

The clean indoor air of the intelligent networked home increases health and well-being
When someone plans to improve his living comfort with smart home applications, normally the optimization of the indoor air isn’t the first thing that comes in mind.Wrongly:a healthy home for the whole family should be in the interest of all.In addition, fresh air is not important only for human well-being.A good ventilation prevents mould formation and protects the building from expensive damages caused by an excessive humidity.Smart home users kill two birds with one stone:they protect their health and their wallet.
“Nowadays the buildings are perfectly insulated, and renovations as well as new buildings focus on energy saving and environmental protection.At the same time, thanks to modern home automation systems, consumers become active energy managers.A Smart Home solution for the room climate control offers the additional possibility to preserve health”, says Hartwig Weidacher, Smart Home expert and CEO of myGEKKO | Ekon GmbH.“It does not have to be a fully automated ventilation system.” A simple and effective solution:sensors for outdoor and indoor air and automatic window drives for opening and closing, connected to a controller which regulates the fresh air supply and ensures a healthy room climate.In addition, the heating systems can be set to stop the heating process while the windows are open.

Intervene personally according to the available data
Who doesn’t mind to get up from the couch, can also open and close the window manually, when the controller – for example the myGEKKO Slide – signals a deterioration of the air quality in the room on the base of the available data.Indoor room sensor measure e.g. the CO2 concentration, the humidity and the temperature.They also detect the number of persons in the room.The data are shown on the display and inform the occupants that it’s time to open the windows.“The installation of additional outdoor sensors can be very useful for people who live in towns or metropolitan areas“, explains the CEO of myGEKKO | Ekon.Keyword diesel exhaustIt makes no sense to open the windows if the air outside is worse than the air indoor.

On the other hand, incidentally in energy-efficient buildings we breathe more harmful substances than on roads with high traffic loads.This is due to indoor sources of contaminants, such as cigarette smoke and modern windows and doors which seal the rooms almost hermetically.The rooms don’t receive enough fresh air.Intelligent networked solutions can solve the problem - for each room separately.The air quality can be regulated separately in the kitchen, in the workspace, in the bathroom, in the bedroom or in the children’s room, which is to say according to the real need.This solution keeps the air humidity in the normal range, avoiding mould formation.With positive effects for health and for the building itself.
contact myGEKKO | Ekon GmbH
myGEKKO | Ekon GmbH St. Lorenznerstraße, 2
39031 Brunico
BZ - Italy
tel +39 0474 551 820

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myGEKKO | EKON Vertriebs GmbH Fürstenrieder Straße 279a
81377 Munich
tel +49 8921 5470710