Dublin, Ireland, April 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Track your air with cair.
cair tracks your indoor air quality 24/7 and will alert you when airborne contamination and irritants such as animal dander, mold, toxins (like VOC’s) and pollen are elevated to help you monitor the levels of airborne contamination in your environment that can cause allergy and asthma attacks. The cair app will make personalised recommendations and give actionable advice to help you reduce, or potentially avoid, the risk of an attack. By learning your symptoms, cair empowers you to take charge of your asthma and allergies. cair also tracks humidity and temperature thus creating a useful and important indoor air quality evaluation to help ensure a healthy home.
On May 3rd, World Asthma Day, cair will be announcing their partnership with the Asthma Society at the launch event for cair in DCU Alpha Innovation Campus and this event will also be the Asthma Society's flagship event for World Asthma Day.
Pricing and availability
Pre-order price is £125/€155 (free shipping in the EU).
For more information and to pre-order visit www.cairsensors.com
Asthma in the UK & Ireland
· In the UK, 5.4 million people are currently receiving treatment for asthma (source Asthma UK)
· In Ireland, over 470,000 adults and children have asthma (source Asthma Ireland)
Indoor Air Quality
We spend up to 90% of our daily life indoors (source - EPA)
Indoor living spaces are up to 5 times more polluted than outdoors. (source - EPA)
cair is the brainchild of Dr Stephen Daniels, co-founder of Nuwave Sensors. Nuwave Sensors are an innovative start-up company based in Dublin and are passionate about improving the lives of people with asthma and allergies. The team at Nuwave are working with The Asthma Society of Ireland on a study of indoor air quality. cair was selected in April 2016 to join Google’s Adopt a Start Up programme.
For further info please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For a press kit please visit www.cairsensors.com/press
For further information on asthma www.asthma.ie UK www.asthma.org.uk