Meersens is the environmental data specialist. SaaS platform for geo-temporal modeling (air quality, water quality, noise, pollens…) contributing to health and well-being. It is a decision support solution for CSR/QWL policies, patient monitoring and smart-city issues. The IoT allows to refine AI models and to contribute to the reassurance of stakeholders (experts, employees, customers or citizens). Beyond environmental compliance, it means providing the means to act and deploy preventive actions.

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Analysis of the environmental quality of work spaces

IoT project

Use of the platform Meersens for the analysis of the environmental quality and especially the CO2 in order to limit the risks of the COVID-19 in the offices of a large group in Paris. The comparison between indoor and outdoor air quality contributed to the reassurance of the employees for a 3-day office mode and a 2-day office mode. days telecommuting. About a hundred mBox-Guardian (IoT) have been deployed to telecommuting employees to allow them to better understand their new work environment (fine particles, VOC, CO2 and noise). Interaction through the application Meersens and its SaaS enabled a 10-point increase in NPS for participants. The objective is to improve the talent environment and contribute to the prevention of sick leave related to chronic diseases.

Why did you join the IoT Business Hub?

“We joined the IoT Business Hub, because together we are always going further. Sharing, exchanging best practices and identifying new use cases are the key to putting IoT at the service of people. It is also an opportunity to meet technology partners and potential customers.”

What Meersens brings to the IoT Business Hub

“Beyond the agility and simplicity of our solutions in the environmental domain, we bring our expertise in AI and modeling. IoT and data without interpretations and concrete actions to serve usage and/or decision support do not generate all the possible added values. We also bring a vision to contribute to the United Nations’ sustainable development challenges, especially on Priority 3: Health and Wellness and Priority 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.”