The project SENSIndoor was launched in 2014 with the main goal of enabling demand controlled indoor ventilation through a nanotechnology-based smart sensor system. The 10 partners from different EU countries use a unique approach of combining a sensor with a preconcentrator to boost sensitivity and selectivity of the sensor system. In addition to research institutes, the early engagement of industrial project partners ensured a high technical readiness level and the scalability of the product. The three-year project was funded by the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme. The clip is available on the SENSIndoor website: www.sensindoor.eu/film As the project ends in December, the SENSIndoor consortium will gather for a final meeting in Saarbrücken on 14-16 November. The meeting will include two public sessions featuring a presentation of project results to the interested public. More information can be found online.
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