netatmo personal indoor & outdoor weather station
images © masaki okumura
paris-based product design company netatmo has conceived a ‘personal urban weather station’, a system that monitors the environment
and atmospheric quality. using an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, the two devices are capable of tracking indoor and outdoor conditions
including temperature, humidity, air pressure and CO2 levels. the ‘netatmo weather station’ quantifies personal surroundings within
a home or office, and wirelessly transmits the data to the interactive netatmo app interface.
by integrating air quality sensors into the modules, gathered data enables users to have a better informed sense of their indoor or outdoor
living conditions, helping them improve their quality of life. with a measurement of CO2 concentrations and an air confinement evaluation,
the device can warn users when CO2 levels reach an excessive point, advising them to ventilate their interior space. the system’s integrated
urban weather program helps create a network for weather data monitoring for meteorologists, environmental activists, scientists and people
living in urban environments to gain a better understanding of their city climate landscape.
left: detail of the USB powered indoor personal weather station (45 x 45 x 155 mm / 1.8 x 1.8 x 6 inches)
right: detail of the battery powered outdoor personal weather station (45 x 45 x 105 mm / 1.8 x 1.8 x 4.1 inches)
optimal weather and humidity conditions interface
air quality monitor interface