Aircuity, creator of measurably better environments, announces the launch of its new website: www.aircuity.com. Features include a clean design, improved functionality and new content. The website celebrates the company’s 20th anniversary and supports its mission to make buildings healthier, more productive and energy efficient while introducing the vision for indoor environmental quality (IEQ) to support business driven outcomes.
The new site uses embedded video to visually enhance visitors’ understanding of Aircuity’s technology and Assurance and Analytics. Visitors can easily find relevant information by vertical market, application and by user type. There is a FAQ and Myth Busting page for enhanced learning about IEQ in the built environment. Get Sharp, named after company founder Gordon Sharp, is a new learning environment where IEQ and airside efficiency expertise will be shared for global learning around healthy buildings.
“The website launch coincides with the mega trends of IEQ (WELL, RESET and Cognitive function awareness) and Airside Efficiency’s impact on decarbonization,” said Aircuity CEO, Dan Diehl. “Global learning and awareness around this rapidly growing sector will be enhanced through the site’s new content and design.” Diehl continued, “As a 20-year leader in IEQ measurement and control, we are now poised to lead the future where data and analytics will improve our clients’ core business concerns—whether they be learning environments, productive offices, patient outcomes, optimal research spaces or healthy public assembly spaces.”
Aircuity is the 20-year leader optimizing ventilation through its patented indoor environmental quality (IEQ) platform, significantly reducing energy costs and improving the indoor environmental quality for occupants. As a result, commercial, institutional and lab building owners can lower operating costs, protect occupants and verifiably reduce energy use by as much as 60 percent. Headquartered in Newton, MA, Aircuity’s solutions have benefited organizations such as Google, Amazon, SUNY, Eli Lilly, Durst Organization, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of California-Irvine. For additional information on the company and its solutions, please visit: www.aircuity.com.