The Ukrainian company Ajax Systems and window manufacturer KORSA presented a joint product. These are KORSA Comfort “smart” windows that work together with Ajax LifeQuality air quality sensors. This is reported by AIN.UA.

These windows can be controlled from a smartphone and will work with smart home systems. The air quality sensor Ajax solutions measures temperature, humidity level and carbon dioxide (CO2) level.

If the user sets the norm for the indicators in the application, the sensor sends a signal, and the windows are automatically opened for safe ventilation.

We will remind that last fall Ajax Systems held a Special Event under under the name “Comfort Zone”, where it presented a line of fire-prevention products, as well as devices to ensure indoor comfort. In particular, its first indoor air quality monitoring sensor, called LifeQuality, measures temperature, humidity and CO2.

The sensor is equipped with Swiss and Swedish sensors used in medical equipment. In addition, graphs have been added to its interface in the Ajax application for the first time, so you can see current indicators, view the history for several days, a week, a month, a year and understand the dynamics of air quality.

LifeQuality – testing the first steps of Ajax Systems towards a smart home