Get an up-to-date overview of all devices within your ecosystem, their location and room name. Requests also include the sensor metadata and current state of the device.
Get the last measurement data received from a specific device within your ecosystem. Updated every 5 minutes.
Pass a segment ID and time period to get historical measurement data received from a specific device. Optionally, you can pass a resolution parameter to receive an hourly, daily, or weekly average.
The Airthings API contains all commands and information you need to pull sensor and device information into your own platform – either to act on real-time values or retrieve historical information from the Airthings Cloud.
A secure connection to the Airthings Cloud through the API ensures that data is only available to authorized users.
Easily access device and sensor data through the REST API or subscribe with the Webhook. We never lock away data in proprietary protocols or closed systems, which allows use of sensor data in an existing BI solution or as an input to a BAS or BMS.
The first wirelessly connected and battery-operated IAQ monitor with radon, designed for all populated spaces. Simply wave in front of the device to receive a color-coded visual indication of the overall air quality.
As an alternative to the API or Webhook, the Airthings Dashboard provides a quick and easy solution to view, compare and export data for your particular needs. Originally created for consumers, the Airthings Dashboard is effortless to navigate and includes additional features exclusive to business users.
Connect up to 30 battery-operated devices through Airthings Smartlink, a long-range and low-power wireless data extraction technology. This allows devices to be distributed around a large building, meaning real-time IAQ data is available to users anytime, anywhere.