Wireless sensor networks (WSN) can monitor indoor air quality for gases, particles, humidity, and temperature. These all can affect tenant comfort and health. Through a simple smartphone app or desktop computer, the WSN nodes can communicate data through Wi-Fi. This is one of the latest Internet of things (IoT) developments.
By 2024, the wireless gas detection sensors market will reach $1.4B from an estimated $1B in 2019, at a CAGR of 6.4% from 2019 to 2024. These sensors are used to measure the concentration of gases, such as nitrogen oxide.