Concerned about the impact of air quality on health, especially that of children ; Convinced that children, tomorrow’s citizens, are the best spokespeople and players for changing practices in favor of sustainable development; Convinced that it is local initiatives that will lead to the success of the various transitions.

We have created


the solution

for improving indoor air quality


dedicated to facilities for young people,

which combines measurement and awareness-raising

Analyze and control air quality parameters in your buildings via our web platform

  • Real-time access to all data measured by sensors installed in your buildings: CO2, temperature, humidity

  • Additional analyses: Icone index, occupant comfort,energyefficiency

  • Configurable alert system

  • Access to measurement history, weekly or monthly summary reports

Qualité d'Air Intérieur : les nouvelles règles à respecter pour les Établissements d’Accueil du Jeune Enfant

Gain in-depth knowledge for targeted, calibrated action

Modeling the child’s day for crèches and multi-care centers

In day-care centers, young children navigate their way through different areas throughout the day (activities, catering area, dormitory, etc.). It is therefore interesting to be able to retrace the "typical" route taken by children over the course of a day, in order to offer an analysis of air quality throughout the child's journey, as a complement to the analysis of air quality by space.

ICONE index calculation

Regulated by Decree no. 2012-11 of January 5, 2012, this index takes into account both the frequency and intensity of confinement situations. The decree sets an index value of 5 that must not be exceeded. Applied to regulatory monitoring of air quality in public buildings, this index is a relevant indicator for improving indoor air quality.

CO2 monitoring

The concentration of CO2 in indoor air depends on both human occupancy and the level of air renewal. The CO2 level, an indicator of air confinement, is considered a control value for indoor air quality. In fact, inadequate air renewal leads to a deterioration in indoor air quality, since, like CO2, other substances present in indoor air are not evacuated. In addition, high CO2 levels cause discomfort for occupants and can be harmful to health.