Aircare, Business, Use Case

We spend 90% of our time indoors – often in crowded spaces without adequate air changes. Numerous scientific studies show that productivity and well-being are directly related to indoor air quality (IAQ). It has also been shown that the risk of airborne disease transmission in enclosed spaces can be reduced by ensuring good indoor air quality.

Leading health authorities, therefore, recommend monitoring and control of IAQ parameters (VOC, PM, CO2) in indoor environments to help prevent the spread of pollutants including viruses, bacteria, and mold.


The company is positioned in the lottery and betting industry in Italy and is one of the largest operators worldwide.


  • Knowing the indoor comfort of working environments
  • Difficulty in having a continuous trend of environmental values, in particular of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
  • Knowing the consumption of building in order to implement actions of efficiency improvement


  • Using AIRCARE Pro (HW) and FITS On-Premise to monitor air quality and comfort for their indoor environments.
  • A monthly analytical report is performed for each floor of the building (5). The report aims to detect problems related to IAQ and indoor comfort and to suggest remedial actions to be taken.
  • Use of Energy module to measure consumption of HVAC systems, and later to expand monitoring of electricity, gas, water, refrigeration units, etc…


  • Reduction of pollutants through the use of purifiers by 29% and optimization of some AHUs.
  • Modernization of the air treatment plant for some areas of the building
    Fundamental environmental report for air quality analysis and indoor comfort of all floors of the building
  • Saving data center consumption -35k / year, support for ISO50001 certification

With Aircare you can improve the performance of your employees

A study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that decreasing CO2 levels in offices generated a 50 percent increase in employee cognitive function.

Indoor noise, temperature, humidity, and light levels also affect workplace health and productivity.

According to a Cornell University study, high noise inside offices decreased employee performance on tasks requiring understanding and concentration and reduced overall job satisfaction.

Employee productivity and cognitive ability can increase by up to 50 percent with an air quality control system and indoor comfort.



March 2024