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Healthier, Safer Meeting Spaces and Classrooms with Neat Sense

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Author: Mike Walsh | CEO
Healthier, Safer Meeting Spaces and Classrooms with Neat Sense

Neat is already upping your video conference game with Zoom modified technology solutions that improve meeting experiences. But did you know that Neat can also help you monitor and manage your meeting room environment? Neat Sense is an advanced set of smart room sensor technologies that elevates each Neat device beyond simply improving your video conferencing experience through smarter, more engaging audio and video.

Neat Sense provides continuous feedback on and monitoring of air quality, humidity, CO2 and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in your meeting space or classroom environment. It also monitors the number of people in the room, ambient noise and lighting conditions and supplies the data and statistics on your Zoom dashboard.

Neat Sense has been built into all Neat devices since the very beginning.

Air quality is an important consideration for any shared space, but in the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic, more businesses and organizations are taking steps to ensure a healthy, safe environment for workers, students and guests. To avoid costly, frustrating closures and delays later, Neat can be part of your preventative measures now, working diligently in the background of your remote meeting solution.

Below are six reasons why your business or school should consider monitoring working and learning environments:

    • Good air quality can improve your employees’ and students’ health and productivity by supporting cognitive function and decreasing respiratory complaints and their associated fatigue and discomfort.
    • Maintaining ideal humidity levels — between 30-60% — can reduce the risk of viruses spreading.
    • CO2 (carbon dioxide) is harmless in small amounts, but higher levels can lead to fatigue and increased sick leave, making it a critical concern in offices and schools. Elevated CO2 levels can impact cognitive function and productivity.
    • VOC sources in offices and schools can include cleaning products, paint or fragrances. VOCs may cause eye, nose and throat irritation, headaches, loss of coordination and concentration, nausea and other symptoms.
    • It’s easy to monitor the head count in a room and follow social distancing room capacity guidance. This helps companies and schools see how and when specific spaces are in use.
    • Ambient noise and poor lighting conditions disrupt people’s moods, productivity and creativity.

Neat’s partnership with Zoom encourages engagement in virtual meeting spaces, hybrid and remote classrooms and beyond. Neat is focused on sustaining the most productive and comfortable working and learning environments imaginable.

DGI is a proud certified reseller of Neat’s AV technology solutions. We strive to deliver technology that sustains business and education collaboration and growth to global and local organizations. DGI’s helpful consultants will help your business or school decide if Neat’s products are the best choice for you.

Author:
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Mike Walsh | CEO

Mike Walsh is a 15+ year veteran in the audio visual industry, bringing extensive knowledge of AV design, implementation, service and sales to DGI. Mike is high energy, providing leadership and driving innovation for the diverse divisions that make up our company. He’s also led a team that was recognized as the top integration firm serving educational markets in the country two years running.

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