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Air Pollution Tech Poised To Help Change Our Lives in 2017, says Blueair

Air Pollution Tech Poised To Help Change Our Lives in 2017, says Blueair

Press releases   •   Dec 31, 2016 08:21 UTC

International clean air specialist Blueair says new tech and growing awareness of the cradle-to-grave consequences of air pollution will help indoor air purification go mainstream in 2017

Blueair Aware Air Quality Monitor chosen as a finalist for a Global Innovation Award at the International Home + Housewares Show 2016

Blueair Aware Air Quality Monitor chosen as a finalist for a Global Innovation Award at the International Home + Housewares Show 2016

Press releases   •   Feb 26, 2016 13:54 UTC

The Blueair Aware air quality monitor has been chosen as a finalist for a Global Innovation Award at the upcoming International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago, 3 – 8 March. The smart, Wifi connected air monitor quickly detects hundreds of different types of airborne particles, including everything from PM2.5 to VOC’s, such as formaldehyde and benzene in home and workplace environments.

Blueair Receives Three Prestigious Top Envisioneering Innovation, Design And Style Awards at Showstoppers @ CES, Las Vegas

Blueair Receives Three Prestigious Top Envisioneering Innovation, Design And Style Awards at Showstoppers @ CES, Las Vegas

Press releases   •   Jan 07, 2016 18:25 UTC

Blueair, a world leading indoor air purification company, today announced its Sense+ air purifier, Aware air monitor and Friend app won three prestigious Envisioneering innovation, design and style awards for their ground breaking technologies at the Showstoppers product showcase event for around 2,000 journalists at the 2016 CES show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Blueair to unveil world’s first fully working smart indoor air monitoring, control and purification system at Showstoppers @ CES 2016, Las Vegas, January 6

Blueair to unveil world’s first fully working smart indoor air monitoring, control and purification system at Showstoppers @ CES 2016, Las Vegas, January 6

Press releases   •   Dec 28, 2015 14:52 UTC

Blueair to unveil trailblazing indoor air purification technology for enhanced health and wellbeing at the Showstoppers @ CES media event in Las Vegas, January 6, 2016. Building on its unique consumer insight to deliver customers really useful innovations from mobile apps to WiFi-paired air purifiers, Blueair will showcase a 'home defense system' that monitors, controls and purifies indoor air.

Blueair Friend Air Quality App Ranked One Of The Top Nine Best Tech Gizmo’s Unveiled at Berlin’s IFA Consumer Electronics Show

Blueair Friend Air Quality App Ranked One Of The Top Nine Best Tech Gizmo’s Unveiled at Berlin’s IFA Consumer Electronics Show

Press releases   •   Sep 15, 2015 12:53 UTC

The newly-launched Blueair Friend app tells you what is contaminating the air in your household – and lets you remotely adjust your indoor air purifier. So, perhaps unsurprisingly, the free app for iOS and Android mobile devices has now been labeled one of the top nine ‘gee-whiz’ tech stars of Berlin’s recent IFA consumer tech show by top American online innovation magazine Gear Patrol.

Blueair to Exhibit New High Tech Air Purifiers at the HD Expo in Las Vegas

Blueair to Exhibit New High Tech Air Purifiers at the HD Expo in Las Vegas

Press releases   •   May 13, 2015 20:50 UTC

With the Wi-Fi connected Sense+, the Aware™ air quality detector, and powerful Pro Series, Blueair blends high-end design with high technology

Discover what’s in your indoor air with clever new air sniffing sensor and mobile app

Discover what’s in your indoor air with clever new air sniffing sensor and mobile app

Press releases   •   Mar 08, 2015 02:07 UTC

Four billion people living in towns and cities around the world now have a smart tool to sniff out what is causing them teary eyes and sniffles, headaches, disrupted sleep and lethargy. A new ‘smart’ sensor with mobile app from Blueair, the world’s leading maker of award winning indoor air purifiers, helps people to see what airborne pollutants they are inhaling