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Improve the quality of your air with the Air Cleaner air purifier
OCT 11, 2022
Improve the quality of your air with the Air Cleaner air purifier
For many countries, the quality of the air we breathe has become a national health priority. After all, poor air quality can have a significant impact on our health and wellbeing, in particular since the onset of the coronavirus. An air purifier is one of the best ways to combat air pollution and purify indoor air. Today's air purifier technology provides for a safe and effective way to improve the air quality of ventilation systems and prevent health problems from arising. Discover the benefits of the mini Air Cleaner air purifier. How do air purifiers work? A classic air purifier is used in a closed space to collect, filter, and transform indoor air into clean and healthy air. Air purifiers complement the natural ventilation of a space, i.e., the air that enters through windows. The most beneficial aspect of an air purifier is its nontoxic nature, as this type of filtration device creates no secondary pollution whatsoever. In order for air purifiers to work best, one should be set up in each closed space. Depending on the air purifier, you will be able to treat different-sized interior spaces, including the rooms in a house (bedroom, living room, dining room), offices, and shared spaces. Household air purifiers differ from professional air purifiers in terms of their usage, filtration, and effectiveness. A professional air purifier is designed for healthcare facilities such as hospitals and medical centers, and comes equipped with medical-grade HEPA* filters. Professional air purifiers eliminate several types of pollutants, including fine particles, volatile organic compounds, viruses, and bacteria. *HEPA filter: the HEPA or absolute HEPA filter in a professional air purifier can retain more than 99% of particles sized 0.3 µm or larger. Woven with extremely fine fibers, the filter traps a variety of potentially allergenic and pathogenic substances such as dust mites, pollen, mold, pesticides, fine dust, viruses, and bacteria. Changing scientific views on air purifiers since 2020 Before 2020 and the Covid-19 epidemic, the French Agency for Food, Environmental, and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) tended to downplay the effectiveness of air purifiers. This changed in November 2021 and May 2021 with a publication by the French National Research and Safety Institute for the Prevention of Occupational Accidents and Diseases (INRS) and the French High Council for Public Health (HCSP) that declared those devices equipped with a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter as effective. In addition to protective measures such as the maintaining of safe distances and the wearing of masks, air purifiers have played an important role in preventing Covid-19 from being transmitted via the air. Why should you install an air purifier at home? Air pollution has become a major health and environmental issue. It is responsible for premature deaths caused by the harmful volatile residues, allergens, and viruses present in the air we breathe. Public health measures aim to limit the transmission of pathogens in the air and prevent diseases (such as asthma) and allergies in people at risk, in particular children, at-risk individuals, and the elderly. By placing an air purifier in closed and shared spaces (open spaces, doctor's offices, hotels, restaurants, etc.), this invisible pollution can be prevented and eliminated. Air purifiers fully meet the requirements associated with healthy air, in particular with regard to the elimination of fine particle (PM2.5) pollution and the transmission of viruses and bacteria via the air. Since the onset of Covid-19, these devices have been highly recommended in schools and any establishment that receives the public. Air Cleaner, the mini air purifier for your car or home The Air Cleaner air purifier is extremely compact, lightweight, and small in size. Super space-saving, it plugs in via USB for quick and easy purifying of your home, office, or car. Air Cleaner is designed with an air ionizer with an activated carbon filter to freshen and clean the air in your interiors. The mini air purifier is made of ABS and silicone, and can filter the air in a closed, 10 m² (107 ft²) space. Consumers love its streamlined design and unique mood lighting feature. L’ioniseur et purificateur d'air Air Cleaner alimenté par USB-C rafraîchit votre espace, filtre les particules indésirables, réduit les odeurs et peut être utilisé comme un dépoussiérant domestique en appuyant sur un bouton. Vous pourrez l’emporter partout avec vous : d’un poids plume de 136 gr et ses 5,2 pouces, il se pose partout sur un bureau ou une table de chevet. AirCleaner, the lightweight and compact air purifier - Photo credit: The many advantages of the Air Cleaner: Air cleaner for the house or car: the USB Air Cleaner is built with a ventilation grid on each side for 360 degrees of pure air. And thanks to its small size, the Air Cleaner takes very little time to start purifying the room and circulating clean air. Proven effective design: negative ions continually purify the air, while grids accelerate the circulation of air and optimize the purification process. Outstanding adsorption: the replaceable activated carbon filter absorbs dust, eliminates odors in the house, and filters impurities in the air. Extremely quiet: only 18 dB, which means you'll totally forget that the Air Cleaner is in your bedroom as you breathe fresh air all night long. The silent air purifier is also equipped with soothing RGB mood lights to create a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
The High Tech edition of CES 2022: What to Remember
OCT 06, 2022
High-Tech Innovations
The High Tech edition of CES 2022: What to Remember
As every year, in January, the Consumer Electronics Show Las Vegas, one of the world's largest technology fairs, presents a host of innovations and high-tech products that will come to market. While the 2021 edition took place virtually due to Covid 19, the 2022 edition was able to take place at least partially face-to-face. While a number of live innovation announcements targeted visual technology, including Samsung's OLED TV at Sony's presentation of its PlayStation VR 2 system, Dell (and its new XPS), and high-tech smartphone innovation including the OnePlus 10 Pro; Other smart products were presented that you are certainly already familiar with. The Consumer Electronics Show-The Showcase for High-Tech Innovations Organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA®), the CES ®-the technological and digital event for the general public--brings together the world's leading innovators. It is a veritable window onto and testing ground for tomorrow's technologies, where announcers present their latest cutting-edge technological innovations. This is the place and time where the biggest brands do business and meet their future partners. This global event usually takes place in January in Las Vegas, Nevada. During the 2022 edition, nearly 1,200 exhibitors (including Google, LG, Samsung, Sony) presented their innovations. Amid smart robots, futuristic televisions, connected objects and unusual gadgets, the giants of the high-tech sector presented their newest products that will be sold in the very near future. High-tech Innovation: Flagship Products No more floor-cleaning chores with the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot vacuum cleaner - high tech innovation CES 2022 – Photo credit: The technologies in robotic vacuum cleaners and mini vacuums have advanced now to the point that they achieve the best performance and guarantee good durability. At CES 2022, Ecovacs and Roborock further developed the concept of roboticized housework assistants for the home. The new Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra is enhanced with an automation station for use before and after floor cleaning, on tasks such as dust collection, filling the water tank and mop cleaning. The innovative brand Ecovacs has pushed the development of its product with a complete "set-and-forget" cleaning solution. The Deebot X1 Omni vacuums the floor, and its design also ensures self-cleaning of accessories and automatic emptying. Augmented reality glasses TCL NXTWear Air Glasses – Photo credit: Very understandably, CES 2022 had a tidal wave of product announcements enhanced with virtual and augmented reality, the Metaverse, technology trends and artificial intelligence. During this edition, TCL presented its NXTWear Air glasses with external screen equivalent to a 140-inch TV. Mojo Vision presented its latest prototype of smart contact lenses. Qualcomm and Microsoft announced that they are partnering to develop chips for future augmented reality glasses. Panasonic also presented its $900 SteamVR glasses with steampunk look. Automotive innovation with the surge of electric cars The sector and the automotive industry also had their moments of glory during the CES 2022 hybrid edition. The big announcements came from the great General Motors which unveiled its electric pickup, the Chevy Silverado EV, with a 640-km range. The car brand BMW presented a car whose body can change color on demand.Mercedes, for its part, tackled the symbolic threshold of 1,000-km range with its attractive Vision EQXX concept car. Sources d’information innovation high tech du CES 2022 CNETFrance – Photo credit: Consumer Technology Association
A real therapeutic innovation-a high-tech mattress for better sleep
SEP 27, 2022
High-Tech Innovations
A real therapeutic innovation-a high-tech mattress for better sleep
From digital to biotechnology, including robotics, 3D printing, and innovation in new technologies, therapeutic innovation has a major challenge: directing research and development investments towards relevant objectives. Insomniacs looking for a better sleep, check out the latest therapeutic innovation: a high tech mattress that will help you fall asleep and have a good night's sleep. State of play: Increasingly high tech, connected health Today, in the era of Big Data, patients benefit from a wide variety of connected applications and objects that help them keep themselves in shape and monitor their vital signs. Our health is increasingly managed by technology, and connected technology in particular with the advent of e-health--services that use new information and communication technologies such as the Internet. Yet smartphones are far from being the only connected objects in e-health. Connected bracelets are perhaps the most widely used and appreciated on the list. These multifunctional, connected objects allow you to monitor your heart health, encourage you to move more thanks to their activity trackers, and provide sleep tracking. SmartTrack Waterproof Smart Watch: Heart Rate Monitoring and Fitness Tracker  – Photo credit: A mattress for better sleep, with promising results! How can you make it easier to fall asleep and to sleep better? The answer was found by a team of bio-engineers from the University of Texas at Austin: by using a high-tech mattress that incorporates a thermoregulation system. Specializing in the research and development of therapeutic devices to regulate temperature, these scientists have developed a mattress and a heating and cooling pillow to promote sleep with a built-in air conditioning and heating system. Following their previous meta-analysis of 5322 studies in 2019, they were able to find that taking a bath (between 40 and 43 °C) one to two hours before sleeping helps you fall asleep and promotes quality sleep. Indeed--and the scientific literature is plentiful on this subject--feelings of drowsiness are controlled by the circadian rhythm and the human thermoregulatory system. For the latter, two areas are concerned: the back of the neck and the feet. Following this thermoregulatory principle, the research engineers created bedding that heats and cools the body. To promote the dissipation of body heat, this innovative system reduces the temperature of the central parts of the body and warms the neck and the extremities of the body--the hands and the feet. Video explanation of how the Temperature Control system works Video explanation of Temperature Control system operation © University of Texas at Austin Time to fall asleep reduced by 58% In their trials (study published in the Journal of Sleep Research), scientists asked 11 volunteers to use two types of temperature-control mattresses (air and water) and to go to bed two hours earlier than usual to make falling asleep more difficult. Subjects were required to activate the heat control system only on certain nights. The results are quite promising, as the test subjects fell asleep 58% faster when the system was activated. The volunteers also confirmed that they slept better. "It is remarkable how effective gentle warming along the cervical spine is in sending a signal to the body to increase blood flow to the hands and feet to lower the core temperature and precipitate sleep onset," said Kenneth Diller, one of the authors. In addition, this therapeutic innovation for improving sleep via thermoregulation makes it possible to slightly lower blood pressure during the night, allowing the cardiovascular system to get rid of stress--a significant health advantage in the long term. A patent for this concept has already been filed Researchers still have to carry out different studies to confirm their results with this design that incorporates the principle of thermoregulation. However, they have already filed a patent and are looking for mattress manufacturers to commercialize their invention. You'll soon be able to try it at home and improve your sleep permanently!
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