Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Mace are trialling Foobot Air Quality Monitors. Currently we have one installed at our head office in Moorgate and on several temporary offices in some of our London construction projects.

Foobot monitors air quality parameters including CO2, VOCs and particulate matter, showing a glowing light to give a visual indication of overall air quality. Data can be viewed in an app and automatically sent to a spreadsheet every 5 minutes or linked to a website via an API.

Foobot is a smart internet connected device that, via the website “If This Then That” (, can link with other enabled devices to take action based on readings. For example, it can be set to automatically switch ventilation on if the air quality becomes poor or trigger email alerts to prompt action.

As part of Global Action Plan’s National Clean Air Day on June 15th 2017, we are supporting the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), to collate air quality data from a number of these monitors in London over the next month. The data and findings collected will be anonymised and presented in a report as part of this event.

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