Cook-DeVos Health Sciences Building
Grand Valley State University
Since 2011, Grand Valley State University (GVSU) has been developing an air quality monitoring system – now known as AntrumX™ – that utilizes multipoint air sampling to determine a building’s indoor air quality in real-time, allowing for optimal ventilation.
AntrumX’s patented technology (US 10,563,886, and 2 applications) is a paradigm shift in air quality monitoring—sensors located in a centralized panel continuously receiving air samples from each room. The total system is comprised of an air sample return unit, an airflow controller, and at least one commercially viable sensor (CO2, TVOC and/or particle).