Product 2017-10-26T14:52:45+00:00

After all, nothing is more important than breathing!

However, the second most important thing for us, at aai.care, is to see that every First Breath device delivers on its promise of quality and service.

Indoor air quality sensor technology and design

Sensible Sensors

To help you determine the source of pollution, we have chosen the best sensors in terms of precision, responsiveness and reliability. Each sensor is consciously placed to ensure maximum airflow and derives consistent measurements. Furthermore, there are two threshold options: sensitive for babies and normal for adults.

Six dedicated air quality sensors: To measure PM2.5, tVOCs, NO2, CO2, temperature and humidity.

Combined data analysis: A unique patent-pending method that can tell you the potential pollution source and solution. For example, if the source is located indoors or outdoors.

Provides a long-term solution: Determines the source and suggests appropriate options to eliminate indoor air pollution

Does not emit any pollutants: First Breath is made of high-quality materials, thereby not affecting any sensor measurements

Indoor air quality sensor technology and design

Designed for you

The interface of both the device and the app has been developed keeping in mind parents and their busy lives. It is intuitive, easy to understand and helps you take charge of your baby’s breathing. The device will not distract you unless there is a health-threatening situation.

Learning curve is minimum: Consistent and distinct use of icons along with clear colour coding.

Complete overview: A unique feature that lets you view the status of all the four pollutants at one glance.

Personalised suggestions: Get tips based on user preferences, behaviour, product usage and data collected.

For all types of users: Even colour blind (no use of green and red colour coding) and visually impaired (read aloud support) can use this device.

Flexible: The device can be both wall mounted or placed on a shelf depending on where your baby spends time.

Indoor air quality sensor technology and design

Technology with care

Technology is the heart of our device. We have taken every little step to ensure all the information shared by you is secured and protected. We believe in keeping your data private – that’s an aai.care promise.

Reliability: Multiple redundant servers and globally distributed data storage servers  are safe even during power outage

Minimum user information: We request only the standard user information required for signing up. We do not need any extra information or app permission.

Data Separation: User data (personal information) and device data (sensor measurements) are stored separately in different secure systems. In case of an intrusion, both your identity and indoor air pollution measurement data will be protected.

Verification: The device is monitored for threats and risks 24/7 and regularly updated for firmware & latest security enhancements.

Non- intrusive

The brightness of the LED ring automatically adjusts to ambient light

Optimal

The indoor air quality in your house is optimal, well done!

Polluted

An orange indication means the measured concentrations have reached above the threshold level

Alarming

The pollution level is too high; you need to take some action

Non- intrusive

The brightness of the LED ring automatically adjusts to ambient light

Optimal

The indoor air quality in your house is optimal, well done!

Polluted

An orange indication means the measured concentrations have reached above the threshold level

Alarming

The pollution level is too high; you need to take some action

Secured Internet of Things (IOT) communication system

Secured Internet of Things (IOT) communication system

Expert Promise:

All threshold levels were determined after thorough research of guidelines from numerous agencies and organisations:
The World Health Organization – WHO, European Commission: Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety (EU), The Committee on Sick House Syndrome (Japan) and De Gezondheidsraad (the Netherlands) to name a few.

  • EPA (US)
  • Naturvårdsverket (Sweden)
  • Bundesregierung (Germany)
  • The U.S. Green Building Council
  • European Standard ISO 15251
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen
  • Public Health England
  • Austrian Ministry of the Environment
  • The Finnish Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate
  • The European Collaborative Action
  • The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
  • National Research Council Canada