We create and maintain healthy and productive environments.
Whether it’s a workplace, entertainment venue, care home, school, or hospital, our unique air quality analytics, insights, and smart tech solutions help you monitor and improve your environment for optimum wellbeing.
Think Air’s education team inspires the next generation of scientists, researchers, and innovators through new approaches to STEM learning.
With interactive learning at the core, Think Air’s immersive teaching tools include gathering live data, analysing and measuring air quality, and discovering new ways to improve your environment.
Think Air’s air quality team identifies and mitigates complex air quality management challenges and develops sustainable Net Zero strategies.
Our disease management health care team helps patients and families manage asthma, COPD, heart disease, and other respiratory-related conditions through our #predictair app, which launches in 2022.
Air pollution is the leading environmental cause of premature death worldwide. In fact, the World Health Organisation estimates poor air quality contributes directly to about five percent of all deaths globally. In the UK alone, air pollution is a primary cause of many health conditions including heart disease and strokes, to asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and respiratory infections. It has also been linked to impaired cognition and mental health disorders.
And air pollution is all around us – often invisible. This toxic air comes from many sources including vehicle engines, construction sites, building materials, household products, manufacturing, agriculture, and the burning of fossil fuels.
These pollutants include particulates, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and gases.
Think Air combines live data and predictive analytics to transform how you can respond to air quality issues
Think Air gathers environmental data from a wide range of validated government and private sources. We apply our own predictive tools to analyse data, discover new patterns in air pollution, and model and predict from what we learn.
We then provide actionable insights for organisations and sectors impacted by air pollution – working with clients including
planners, regulators, local and national governments, corporate enterprises, construction sites, educators, researchers, clinicians, and patients.