The Alima Air Quality Monitor made a splash at CES 2014. The smart device uses responsive sensors to measure a variety of factors in air quality, including total volatile organic compounds measurements, particulate matter carbon dioxide levels, carbon monoxide levels, relative humidity and temperature. The sensors on the small cylindrical monitor then relay the data to the user's phone.
The Alima Air Quality Monitor then analyzes the data for information on global pollutants, and analyzes and predicts future pollution patterns. Ultimately, Alima works by optimizing air renewal, locating the sources of pollution and recommending changes to improve air quality.
The Alima Air Quality Monitor is the smart device of the future. It encourages individuals to be proactive about keeping their environment clean and ensuring that they and their children and other future generations have clean air.