Virus-free air is essential for classroom teaching in schools. RYSTA’s New Sensor Solution with CO2-Ampel helps improve the air quality in the classroom and thus reduces the risk of virus transmission. The first schools from the Lockdown Chamber customer base are already using the solution.
CO . company2RYSTA traffic light turns pupils and teachers into CO2Attentive internal content. Advantages: The traffic light is silent, easy to install, does not cause high maintenance costs and is ideal with or as a replacement for air purifiers. In this way, technology creates a foundation for education, social interaction, and mental health during the pandemic – and beyond. Because students and teachers work together to schedule ventilation in order to always breathe virus-free air. This also reduces transmission of other viruses, relieves allergies and creates indoor air that enhances focus. Depending on the size of the room, the air flow, the occupancy of the rooms and the weather, the ventilation periods and their duration are individual. You can also save heating energy.
Anni Pickert Elementary and Middle School in Poing (Upper Bavaria) did this experiment. Caretaker Reinhold Bitsch talks about classroom experiences: “Even the first test with sensors in four classrooms showed us how you have to ventilate individually. Even children’s age plays a role: younger children use less air than older children. We weren’t even on Know that.In addition, the ventilation of the traffic light fits well with the lesson.The classes indicate that they are attentive in time and can act in the middle of the classroom without disturbance or frantic activity – no matter if they are children or teachers, it happens along “.
Sensors connect to standard, wall-mounted outlets in the field of view. Although this is quick and easy, RYSTA also offers an installation service for this. The sensors flash a subtle green – only visible up close – when the air quality is good. On the other hand, the yellow glow is clearly visible when carbon dioxide2The value becomes crucial. Other escalation levels are red lighting and red flashing. Even the yellow glow usually energizes pupils and teachers. The screen also indicates that the windows can be closed again. The multi-sensor also provides the option to record and analyze the values of room temperature, humidity, light and sound online via the dashboard.
As a result of this experience, the entire school will now be equipped with this technology. Boeing Mayor Thomas Stark is convinced: “In the short term, we have to create safe schools. We cannot expect students, parents, or our economy to have a homeschooling winter like last. The fact is that we can also find out via the RYSTA platform how we can use our school buildings more effectively. I prefer, above all, more energy savings and, for example, being aware of which windows are left open without any effort on our part, it is simply wonderful.”
Thomas Halpreter from the municipal building management adds: “We are very grateful that the insurance room contacted us in a timely manner and showed us RYSTA. We are now better equipped for the new school year.”
RYSTA sensors are an affordable solution that enables schools to equip all classrooms. Air purifiers – as in Poing, for example – can complement sensors, as they ensure good protection in rooms that cannot be optimally ventilated.
Stefan Pokorny, composite creator of the Versicherungskammer Group: “We support our clients, in this case the schools we believe in, with an innovative solution. In this way, together with RYSTA, we are developing our expertise in digital construction.”
Julia Gibert, Managing Director of RYSTA adds: “We are excited to be working with the Insurance Chamber. Our technology provides immediate and long-term benefits to customers, but also to the insurance room. This fits with our company’s philosophy of offering technology that offers people added value in many ways.”
In the coming weeks, Versicherungskammer and RYSTA will jointly equip other schools and thus make an important contribution to worry-free learning and teamwork in schools.
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