Foobot is a device connected to your smartphone that allows to measure the quality of the air in your environment. Foobot is equipped with sensors that will analyze and capture a multitude of elements that pollute your air like carbon dioxide, suspended particles, temperature or humidity.
Foobot then analyzes the air precisely and presents the most complete results possible through its mobile application.
INDOOR AIR IS VERY POLLUTED, DID YOU KNOW THAT?
◙ We spend more than 90% of our time indoor
◙ Indoor air is 8 times more polluted than outdoor air
◙ More than 4 million people die each year due to polluted indoor air
◙ 8% develop asthma (including 10% of children)
◙ 30% of people suffers from it
HOW DOES FOOBOT WORK ?
HOW TO USE FOOBOT?
Step 1 : Configure your Foobot
First, you need to plug in your Foobot and download the mobile application that is available on the Appstore (iOS) or Google Play (Android). Create an account on the application to follow in real time the analysis of the air in your living space. Then connect your Foobot to your wifi box in order to give access to a collective database that the Foobot team has set up.
Step 2 : Launch an analysis
Foobot is ready to analyze the air from where you installed it. Start analysis via the mobile application.
Step 3 : The results
The color emitted by Foobot will keep you informed of the air quality. Foobot provides live warnings and notifications specific to the needs of your home and family by learning about your habits. Sometimes the advice is as simple as opening a window. Other times, Foobot might recommend changing your space furniture, or reduce the use of certain harmful products. Many options are available in the mobile app and will allow you to create a healthier living space.
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iOS and Android COMPATIBLE (Free)
The air inside our homes is up to 8 times more polluted than outside. Jacques Touillon, CEO and co-founder of Airboxlab, at the origin of the project, had the idea to make visible what was not.
Foobot was born with the aim of helping its users take control of the air quality of their houses. Capable of detecting the main pollutants such as volatile organic compounds, fine particles, temperature and humidity, it will allow you to know the level of pollution of your interiors 24/7. Foobot has a first reading on the device thanks to a system of LEDs (in blue the air is of good quality, in orange of poor quality), as well as a free mobile application which allows you to reach your history of pollution.
You will thus receive notifications when you exceed the pollution thresholds set by the World Health Organization and will be able to determine the source, whether it is one of your activities or the materials you use .
Airboxlab was created in 2013 and now has a team of about fifteen people. Launched in early 2015, Foobot is now used by more than a thousand people and has analyzed more than 8 million data related to indoor air pollution!
1. Where should I place Foobot?
Where you spend the most time: lounge, dining room. It is even better if you place it at the same height of your head. You can however put it wherever you want!
1Bis. Does Foobot purify the air?
The Foobot has more of a preventive use, meaning that Foobot will analyze the air and tell you how to improve it so that you take care of your health.
2. How to determine how many Footbot does my house need?
Foobot is designed to analyze air quality in a one story home of up to 1,300sq ft. Foobot uses the natural air flow that goes all over the house/appartment. Off course you can implement several Foobot devices if you wish to specifically monitor different rooms.
3. Is the application available with any types of smartphone?
Yes, the application is available on the Appstore but also on Google Play to match all laptops such as Iphone or Samsung for example.
4. Is the app Free?
Yes it is and for ever! There's neither any subscription fee.
5. Does Foobot measure outside pollution?
No as Foobot’s purpose is to focus on your indoor air quality however you can have a look at outside pollution in app within Outdoor section on main view. If you can’t see this label or have any data displayed, it means you don’t have latest app version or your city isn’t supported by our partner’s database.
6. Why an indoor analyser and not outdoor?
Good question, the indoor air is up to 8 times more polluted than the outdoor air, moreover you spend 80% of your time between the office and the house, that is to say closed spaces!For these two reasons, it seems more relevant and more important to breathe a pure indoor air.
7. Do I need Wifi to use Foobot?
Foobot connects to WiFi to send its records to our secure servers. This allows you to access your data on your mobile phone, anytime and anywhere. Furthermore, we use machine learning algorithms to prevent you from future pollution peaks. To do so, we need to process the data from Foobot's sensors.
8. Is it waterproof?
No. Please keep it away from water. Just clean it with a dry cloth.
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