PPDS introduces new digital display ‘Air Quality Sensor”

PPDS’ ‘Air Quality Sensor’ is designed to help schools and businesses (including corporate, retail and hospitality) create healthier and more productive working and learning environments, using Philips professional TVs, interactive displays and digital signage solutions.

Part of PPDS’ new ‘Total Solutions’ strategy and inspired by its relentless and continued efforts to rapidly bring new and relevant solutions to market when customers need them most (such as PeopleCount), the PPDS Air Quality Sensor extends the role and benefits of its digital displays, bringing extensive health and economic benefits.

Video: Product demonstration/overview here.

Connected and powered by a single USB-A cable and compatible with PPDS’ latest Philips Professional TVs, digital signage and interactive displays – including MediaSuite (hospitality), T-Line (education), C-Line (corporate), B-Line (food and beverage / corporate), and Q-Line (universal) – the PPDS Air Quality Sensor ‘plug and play’ solution features four advanced sensors, which monitor air quality 24/7.

The four sensors measure room temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide and particulate matter, all of which can have a major impact on people’s health and wellbeing.

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