May 25, 2021
Awair’s dashboard subscription now integrates with Autodesk Construction Cloud™, a portfolio of software services that combines advanced technology, a builder’s network, and predictive insights to drive efficiency for construction teams across the globe.
Customers can now add live IAQ data to their Autodesk Build™ and BIM 360® Project Home dashboards. Project managers can track any air quality issues such as carbon dioxide, humidity, and indoor air pollution in real-time, from anywhere to manage their building team’s health and safety.
Customers can add Awair's Partner Card to their BIM 360 or Autodesk Build Project Home dashboard by following these steps.
For more information about why monitoring Indoor Air Quality for your projects is so important and to learn more about Awair’s Display Mode, please click here.
By adding IAQ data to their Project Home dashboard, Autodesk Construction Cloud customers can understand and manage their project’s indoor air quality at any time. Any issues affecting IAQ safety can be addressed quickly, mitigating risk, reassuring workers, and improving productivity or efficiency.
More importantly, the ease of visibility to site air quality can reassure both workers and project managers that their air quality is safe. Maintaining a safe IAQ has critical health benefits, but it can also improve productivity, reduce absenteeism, and provide a sense of care, that in turn helps with recruitment and retention of site workers and partners.
For more information about Awair’s Indoor Air Quality platform and how it might be able to serve your existing building or construction project, please reach out to our Sales team to learn more.
Evidence suggests that COVID-19 lockdowns have significantly improved outdoor air quality. In the northeastern U.S., NASA registered a 30% drop in air pollution. UK researchers believe cleaner air has saved thousands of lives. In China, meanwhile, a recent study even suggests that lockdown “has saved more lives through improved air quality than were lost to COVID-19.”