Think Air has officially launched – and we’d like to thank everyone who tuned in to support this virtual event.
This week saw Think Air officially launch – with hundreds of climate-conscious businesses tuning in to find out how they can make a difference to air quality in the UK.
The Welsh air quality sensor network – which has already been piloted at several locations, has had the thumbs-up from Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and has been shortlisted for a national Small Award – is now rolling out to organisations, local authorities, research projects, and schools across the UK.
Hosted by Barry Kirby of K Sharp, the launch featured conversations with experts including:
Professor Paul Lewis – Head of R&D at Think Air and Professor Emeritus at Swansea University
Jo Polson – Award-Winning Tech Entrepreneur and MD of Think Air
Catherine Lloyd-Jenkins – Former Head Teacher, and Education Consultant to TASK
Sam Lewis – R&D at Think Air, and Swansea University PHD Student
Robin Cammish – Entrepreneur and Chairman of Think Air
The insightful one-hour virtual launch also highlighted the health, wellbeing, and environmental risks of air pollution – particularly PM2.5, PM10 and CO2 – as well as the benefits of real-time monitoring. Professor Paul Lewis also presented new and unique data and insights about air quality in Wales.
Of course, the focus always returned to the solutions – the three Think Air products being launched: Internal Air Quality Monitors, External Air Quality Monitors, and TASK (Think Air Schools Kit). The latter of which has been specially created with former head teacher Catherine Lloyd-Jenkins to fit seamlessly with the current national curriculum for Key Stage 2. It has also been developed to fill the STEM void in the current Welsh curriculum.
We’d like to, once again, thank everyone who joined us online for the Think Air launch event.
All three Think Air products are now available via the Think Air online store. You can also speak to one of the team to find out more about Think Air – and how it can help your business, organisation, or school – by clicking here.