We’re helping schools deliver better learning environments, reduce costs and prioritise investment.
AirSuite started with a challenge from the New Zealand Ministry of Education – to create a sensor for monitoring indoor environments in schools throughout the country.
Three years later, the New Zealand Ministry of Education have now deployed AirSuite sensors in over 3,000 classrooms across more than 300 schools, with more sensors being deployed every day.
The insights enable schools to optimise their classroom conditions for the best educational outcomes, identify opportunities to reduce costs, and prioritise maintenance and investment.
With over 3,000 sensors deployed in classrooms around New Zealand, we’ve become instrumental in understanding the relationship between indoor environments and educational outcomes.
Our first ever sensor was developed exclusively to meet the needs of the New Zealand Education sector and was initially deployed in hundreds of classrooms across the North Island.
We’ve developed the tools to manage classroom conditions both in real-tme and in the longer term with our AirSuite Monitor analysis and dashboarding software.
We’ve built the AirSuite platform from the ground up to make installation completely frictionless, so you can deploy hundreds, or even thousands of sensors without breaking a sweat.
For example, Aotea Group, a Ministry of Education installation partner, recently completed four full-school deployments in one morning!
That’s all there is to it! You’ve installed your LTE-enabled AirSuite sensor. It’s already connected to the Internet through the cellular network, and pre-provisioned to start reporting to the Cloud straight away.
Everything can be pre-provisioned, or configured out-of-band through the AirSuite Monitor Portal. Installers can also use the AirSuite Monitor App to set the device name and location immediately when they are on-site.
We work with your educational institution to plan a solution that will make your goals a reality
We can customise reporting and analysis tools, and integrate with your data to uncover critical insights, like how classroom conditions might be impacting rates of illness
We’ve been working with the New Zealand Ministry of Education since 2017 to help them better understand the quality of the learning environments in Aotearoa and the impacts of environmental conditions.
AirSuite™ data from thousands of sensors, reporting tools and insights are helping to reshape the way investment decisions are made and how building assets are managed. The Ministry of Education’s wealth of data and understanding are now driving the creation of environments that better support learning and wellbeing across the country.
Recommended for schools, early childhood centres, and homes, AirSuite™ Glance shows the latest information and alerts immediately on its built-in low-power e-paper display, designed with clarity and simplicity in mind.
Glance runs on its built-in battery for 3 to 5 years depending on network conditions, and can be plugged into the wall to last even longer.Meet AirSuite Glance LTE
AirSuite™ Sense LTE measures everything you need to ensure good health for your people and properties. With its cellular (LTE) Internet connection, it can be deployed anywhere at any time and we highly recommend it for its ease of installation.
Sense LTE runs on its built-in battery for up to 3 years, and can be plugged into the wall to last even longer.Meet AirSuite Sense LTE
Recommended for research and scientific purposes, with super high-resolution data output, AirSuite™ Sense Wi-Fi measures everything you need to ensure good health for your people and properties, and transmits it all to the Cloud as it happens.
Sense Wi-Fi also supports expansion options, so you can optionally include a Particulate Matter (PM2.5 and PM10) or Carbon Monoxide sensor.
Monitor the data in real-time using the AirSuite™ Monitor App, or track the data remotely with the AirSuite™ Monitor Portal.Meet AirSuite Sense Wi-Fi
Let’s talk about how AirSuite™ can deliver real indoor outcomes for your organisation today