Hyatt Place Miami Airport’s management struggled to identify unauthorized smoking and enforce the hotel’s no-smoking policies when guests complained of nearby smoking. The hotel’s General Manager, Craig Haas, tapped FreshAir Sensor as a solution to these challenges. FreshAir’s immediate detection and smoking alerts have resulted in enhanced no-smokingenforcement processes, reduced smoking violations, and streamlined smoking fee collection.
Monitoring enables corrective action before mold growth affects living conditions For conditions in military barracks and housing FreshAir, an industry leader in the development of sensors to detect and alert for hazardous chemicals, announces new Smart Sensors that can track conditions that allow mold to grow, as well as monitor for and detect tobacco and marijuana smoking. The system provides real time alerts to building and operations managers, enabling corrective action before mold growth, significantly improving living conditions in military barracks and housing. Using FreshAir’s devices will result in cleaner and safer military barracks and housing, as well as reduce long-term smoking-related medical costs. FreshAir’s Wi-Fi devices provide real-time monitoring and send alerts of mold conditions and smoking incidents to clients with scientific proof, including detailed, time-stamped charts.
By Jack O’Toole, President and Co-Founder FreshAirSensorA 400-room casino hotel had a problem with guests smoking in its rooms. The hotel frequently received complaints about the smells of cigarette and marijuana smoke. A security officer would walk the area or floor in question, trying to determine the source of the smoke.