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Act on the quality
of the indoor air
and enter
a new air.

ISTYA helps companies to address current indoor air quality issues.

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Our air quality sensors

We design and develop customizable sensors that measure air quality. Our sensors are equipped with state-of-the-art technology guaranteeing accurate and reliable measurements, all made in France.

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Our software

Our data visualization software supports users, allowing them to monitor air quality in real time and act quickly in case of problems. Follow the evolution and measure indoor air quality with ease.

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Our prediction AI

Our AI predicts 3 day indoor air quality with 97% accuracy, enabling optimal operation of HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) to improve air quality and reduce energy consumption.

Our products ensure the well-being of employees, comply with regulations and save energy. The reported data are measured in real time.

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The partners we work with and who place their trust in us.

Why measure CO2 in offices ?

Measuring carbon dioxide (CO2) in offices is crucial for monitoring indoor air quality. CO2 comes from human respiration and the combustion of fossil fuels. An accumulation of CO2 in an enclosed space, such as an office, may indicate a ventilation problem. CO2 monitoring can identify areas where air is poorly

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What are volatile organic compounds ?

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals that have a low vapour pressure and can volatilize into the air. They are emitted by a variety of sources, including cleaning products, paints, varnishes, solvents, furniture and electronics. These VOCs can have harmful effects on human health, as they can be inhaled

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Air quality sensors prevent incidents ?

High concentrations of CO2 and/or VOCs can cause symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, difficulty concentrating and respiratory problems. At high levels, CO2 can also be hazardous to health, leading to problems such as convulsions and loss of consciousness. This is why the use of air quality sensors in indoor spaces

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