Foobot can make a smart home smarter. I’m Fred Fishkin with BootCamp, your Techstination for gadgets and gear. Air quality monitors are becoming pretty common gadgets…some built into cameras or other smart home devices. AirBoxLab designed Foobot to be different. Designed to help asthma suffers and more, it measures particulates and chemical pollutants and can automatically offer help. CEO Jacques Touillon says it uses a WiFi connection…
“Foobot is now able to take control over your indoor air treatment system like ventilation, filtration, purification or even if you need to humidify or dehumidify. We can connect the different appliances together and make really an impact on healthy living.”
Foobot sells for about two hundred dollars and on its own provides the monitoring capability. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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