Miele and Netatmo present Smart-Home Study at Eurocucina

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How much the quality of the home air is important for people wellbeing? Miele and Netatmo are trying to give an answer to the question, presenting a specific study during Eurocucina 2018.
Wellbeing within your own four walls depends to a large extent on the ambient room climate. Temperature, humidity and oxygen content are significant factors at home. The “Healthy Home Coach” from Netatmo measures these parameters – and guarantees clean air in an instant with help of a Miele cooker hood. How? According to the two companies, with the Healthy Home Coach there is an aid that objectively detects the above-named factors. The data can then be read from a smartphone – and if the CO2 content is too high or there is too little oxygen in the room, this is additionally indicated by the glass canopy of the Miele “Pearl” cooker hood glowing red. In this case the cooker hood switches itself on and provides an exchange of air within a few minutes. For the exhibition set-up Miele will make the clean air visible for the first time, because the Pearl changes colour from red via yellow to green and switches itself off when the air is clean.

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