Airlabs goal is to help tackle the unhealthy urban air which damages the health of millions of people globally each year by cleaning the air within vehicles and buildings, and providing smart city air solutions such as air pollution sensor networks for pollution monitoring, real time modelling, and clean air zones.
The company's technology is designed to understand the exact chemical makeup of pollution in cities, how to clean it, and how to deliver cleaner air in the best way.
Airlabs claims to be "the first company that can have an impact on the quality of air people breathe".
The company's solutions and technology are developed through a combination of atmospheric chemistry and airflow engineering and are implemented alongside proprietary re-engineered nano carbon filters that effectively remove more than 95 per cent of Nitrogen Dioxide together with other pollutants.
Airlabs' technology has been independently tested and verified by Kings College London at their monitoring station on Marylebone Road in London.
The company has six patents covering nano tech gas filters, solid state air quality sensors, air flow control, and urban air cleaning systems.
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