Brilliant & Company is thinking about the air you breath in your home, and they want make sure there’s nothing dangerous in it. Thus, the company used the ShowStoppers event at the 2020 CES to demo PiCO Home, a smart air quality monitor that can tell what’s in the air you breathe. It tracks that air and delivers personalized recommendations to help you stay safe and healthy if the air quality is bad. PiCO Home is designed for ease of use, by anyone seeking maximum comfort, a healthier environment, and a better lifestyle.
The device’s portability allows users to bring it wherever they go and be easily informed of any unhealthy breathing particulates whenever it occurs — in your home, office, car, gym, and many other locations.
PiCO Home is armed with highly accurate sensors. It can measure PM 2.5 and PM 10, dangerous particulates that are smaller than a human hair. When breathed, PM 2.5 particulates will penetrate our lungs and bloodstream easily, severely increasing our risks of asthma and other respiratory diseases.
PiCO Home comes with iOS and Android mobile apps that provide critical information about the air. It has easy-to-use UI, Wi-FI and Bluetooth connectivity, Alexa integration, and many other smart features. Additional environmental data includes, temperature and humidity; Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Carbon dioxide.
“We’ve seen huge growth in the air quality market in recent years but there are limitations with their functionality. Some don’t measure PM 2.5 accurately, a hazardous particulate that when inhaled will go straight into our bloodstream or VOCs, which can be equally as damaging to health, resulting in death. Comparable devices are much larger, more expensive, less portable, and often don’t support smart home systems,” explained Ryan Yun, founder and CEO of Brilliant & Company