Smart ventilation is a process to adjust the ventilation system in time, and optionally by location, to provide the desired indoor air quality (IAQ) benefits while minimizing energy consumption, utility bills and other non-IAQ costs such as thermal discomfort or noise.


  • Evaluation of the current system
  • Assessment of the existing equipment
  • Proposed investment plan
  • Optimisation of the existing systems
  • Project implementation
  • Monitoring and proactive adjustment

What is the main purpose of a smart ventilation system?

A smart ventilation system adjusts ventilation rates in time or by location in a building to be responsive to one or more of the following: occupancy, outdoor thermal and air quality conditions, electricity grid needs, direct sensing of contaminants, operation of other air moving and air cleaning systems.

Besides, smart ventilation systems can provide information to building owners, occupants and managers on operational energy consumption and indoor air quality as well as give a signal when systems need maintenance or repair.