An insurance company could use this innovation in order to:
- App integration: the insurance company could integrate the Breeze app into an existing Health app.
- New offer: create a “connected home” offer (IFTTT-inspired) for its customers, integrating Breeze technology.
- Companies: better manage the health of employees at work.
- Data-driven: an insurance company could collect the data Breeze sensors register and make recommendations / alerts to the customers according to areas which are more or less polluted or subject to air quality issues.
- For a yearly service fee, Breeze’s website provides eco-friendly recommendations based on the analysis of various algorithms of data concerning air quality collected through its environmental sensors. Breeze is still at prototype level.
- Breeze’s targets: individuals to monitor air quality for their homes, employers for their workspaces, mayors for their cities.
- Air quality monitoring for multiple environments such as cities and offices allows data-driven decision-making, improving air quality and directing urban development.
- Monitoring: Breeze allows consumers to keep track of their air quality through detailed data.
- Higher productivity: Breeze’s recommendations may reduce sick leaves, improve workplace environments and may increase the overall well-being of workers and therefore, human productivity.
- Lower health expenses: could drive down costs of public healthcare for cities.
How to use
- Once connected to Wi-Fi, the sensor used on building facades / office walls / desks… will collect various data concerning air quality.
- Automatic data analytics are then provided to the consumer via a website with individual login credentials, along with recommendations and strategies that may be adopted to enhance the environment the sensor is monitoring. Users can also request raw data (CSV file).