All-in-one sensors for smarter building monitoring

Monitoring environmental changes in your physical space.

With a collection of powerful embedded sensors, the Sensor simultaneously measures air quality, temperature, humidity, motion, and noise.

Server Rooms

Protect expensive equipment and important data from high temperatures.

Manufacturing Floors

Continuously measure air quality for worker health and product control.

Property Management

Understand occupancy and space utilization, and get alerts for excessive noise.

Restrooms & Locker Rooms

Ensure student health and safety by monitoring for events like vaping, bullying and fighting.

Storage Rooms

Reduce loss to products and records caused by changes in temperature or humidity.


Cloud-Based Sensor Platform

Simple to Install

  • Sensor come online and configure in minutes
  • No VPNs, added software complexities
  • Users can configure and customize sensors and alerts

Easy to use

  • Color-code sensor readings and data visualizations
  • No training required, with one-click investigations
  • Out-of-the-box integration with cameras

Advantage of Cloud-Managed Solutions

  • Secure remote access and alert management on any device anywhere
  • SAML-based integration with single sign-on (SSO) solutions
  • Continuous updates with new features

Ready to scale

  • Cloud-based platform has no limitations on the number of sensors or users
  • Remotely monitor sensors across any number of locations
  • Minimal bandwidth impact

No hidden cost

  • Hardware includes a 10-years warranty
  • Automatic firmware updates keep sensor secure
  • No additional maintenance of support fees

Sensor Software

Command cloud-based management software, provides all-in-one monitoring and management of sensors deployed across your organization.

Sensor Management

  • Customize the data displayed for each Sensor
  • Set alerts based on user-defined thresholds for each data stream
  • Configure notification recipients and scheduling
  • Filter data by sensor, date and time

Video Integration

  • Associate to cameras with sensors for increased visibility
  • View historical or live video synced with sensor data
  • Click on sensor alert to see sensor data alongside video footage of the incident

Sensor Overview

The sensor value ranges based on data from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASH RAE). Color-coded sensor ranges are aligned to these government and industry standards for healthy indoor environments.

The Sensor can show the following data streams in Command


Temperature measurements are accurate from -23 °F – 122 °F. As with other data streams, users can customize temperature alerts if a space is kept at a temperature outside of the recommended green zone.


A total measure of Volatile Organic Compounds, which are chemicals that evaporate into the air and are emitted by cleaners, paints, varnishes, fragrances, and hundreds of other products. Examples include benzene, ethylene glycol, and formaldehyde. VOCs are measured as a group because of their cumulative effects, with high TVOC values associated with negative health impacts.

Air Quality Index

The U.S. AQI measures total air pollution and provides benchmarks for healthy values. When AQI exceeds 100, air quality is unhealthy – at first for certain sensitive groups of people, then for everyone as AQI values get higher.

Noise Level

A measure of total noise level at the sensor. OSHA regulations state that noise levels cannot exceed 90 dB over an 8 hour period, or 95 dB over a 4 hour period.


Relative humidity is the amount of moisture in the air compared to what the air can hold at that temperature.

PM 2.5

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM 2.5) refers to tiny inhalable particles or droplets in the air that are less than 2.5 microns in width. These particles can have negative health effects, and are caused by dust, vehicle exhaust, burning fuels, cooking, smoking, and vaping.

Vape lndex

Vape Index is a score derived from multiple sensors that is strongly correlated with vaping and/or smoking activity. Vape Index measurements outside of the green zone indicate suspected vaping/smoking activity, but could also reflect smoke or fumes from other sources. Smoke from cooking, burning fuel or wildfires may register highly on the Vape Index.


A measure of changes in infrared light absorption caused by the motion of warm bodies, as measured by a passive infrared sensor. Powered by the same technology as motion sensors for intrusion detection, a motion event indicates human/animal motion or other large changes in infra red activity.