Caring for my Air, a new solution that improves indoor air quality in the workplace

The Air Liquide i-Lab unveils Caring for my Air, a new solution that improves indoor air quality in the workplace.

During the Les Respirations conference, the first forum devoted to air quality, which will be held on November 23 at Les Docks, Cité de la Mode et du Design, Olivier Girinon, an Air Liquide i-Lab entrepreneur, will present Caring for my Air, a connected solution designed to support professionals committed to improving air quality in their workplace. Air quality has become a major challenge for our societies and is the subject of an exploratory initiative undertaken by the i-Lab, whose goal is to invent and design solutions that will help us better “Breathe in the City.”

Developed in less than one year and still in its experimental stage, Caring for my Air is a service offer that was created for professionals and organizations that want to offer their employees and clients a workplace environment that is healthy and pleasant.

Based on a network of connected objects, Caring for my Air constantly measures air quality, accessible in real time via an online dashboard. Caring for my Air offers a diagnosis and a personalized action plan based on the data collected, involving the organization in a process of continuous improvement of indoor air quality.

From analyzing the situation to recommending solutions, Caring for my Air gives the users of shared work spaces access to actions they can take to gain control over their environment and thus become informed players who take an active role in their own health and well-being.

Developed from the entrepreneurial perspective, Caring for my Air is currently being tested by several businesses and communities.

Air Liquide i-Lab contact: Ilham Bachiri – – 06 22 58 60 07

About the i-Lab: The i-Lab is the Air Liquide laboratory for new ideas. This laboratory is both a Think Tank and a venue for experimentation (the “Corporate Garage”) in new ideas that will benefit the Group tomorrow. – @iLabAirLiquide