New IoT products for measuring air quality, air pollution legislation updates showcased in new Blueair Globe Magazine
Stockholm, 15 April 2015 – Nineteen years have passed since Blueair was founded by CEO Bengt Rittri to bring cleaner, healthier indoor air to people. And today the mobile indoor air purification company is busier than ever working on turning its hopes, dreams and concepts generated into tangible product solutions.
In a world where too many cities suffer lung clogging particle pollution, one of Blueair's big triumphs in 2014 was the launch of the sleek-looking, super efficient Pro family of indoor air purifiers. Before the year was out, the Pro was honored with two major design awards, including a highly prestigious 2014 Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design GOOD DESIGN® award.
Discover more about Blueair's exciting journey into the future in the latest issue of the Blueair Globe Magazine, which has just been published. You can download the PDF to read Globe or alternatively read the magazine online by clicking on Globe...