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Aerolert alerts users if their risk of infection through infectious aerosols, such as COVID-19, exceeds acceptable levels and helps business owners optimize their property utilization.

The Aerolert system is based on a room sensor called "Aerolert node" and a cloud service. Aerolert nodes are installed into individual rooms to notify users about an increased risk of infectious aerosols, such as the COVID-19 virus, and help them optimize impact ventilation.

The goal is to avoid high levels of infectious aerosols and maintain a comfortable room temperature.

Impact ventilation is one of the essential components of infection protection as it lowers the viral load in the room. However, incorrect ventilation or specific building structures can cause insufficient ventilation and cool down the room significantly.

Aerolert gathers a range of local data, such as temperature, CO2 level, or humidity, and combines it with regional infection rate data from the Robert Koch Institute to calculate a specific room's risk level in real-time.

As a result of thermal convection or structural differences, every room in the same building has different ventilation characteristics. Individuell Aerolert sensor nodes link to a cloud service that calculates each room's optimal ventilation cycle within the building, ensuring a reduction of risk for infection and maintaining a comfortable and sustainable room temperature by optimized impact ventilation.

A management dashboard allows business owners or property managers to view the rooms' properties and take any necessary measures to optimize the rooms' utilization or block individual rooms due to their low ventilation properties. 

Aerolert can lower the risk of infectious aerosols and optimize classrooms, restaurants, office buildings, or care facilities space utilization.

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