Stratuscent introduces NOZE, utilizing NASA technology in a cutting-edge air quality sensor. Powered by artificial intelligence, Stratuscent NOZE tracks down airborne markers for COVID-19 and Influenza, among other common airborne toxins.
NOZE’s AI algorithms quantify virus risk on a 10-point scale as a first line of defense within indoor spaces – ranging from the risk of virus transmission (spread) to the probability of virus presence. When the virus index reaches unsafe levels, the device will flash red, warning of the risk in the area.
In addition, NOZE is capable of monitoring Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Ammonia, Formaldehyde, Ethanol, Tobacco Odor, Butanal, Particulate Matter, Temperature and Humidity. As a connected device, the company also claims that it is future proof, being able to detect new smells and VOCs as updates are pushed to it from the cloud.
Users can download the app to track, identify and share updates with others for full transparency of the air quality within a given area.
Pre-orders are available for the NOZE for $249 MSRP, with the Stratuscent stating orders will ship in October.