Do you turn off the lights when you leave home?
When it comes to our rooms, majority has two thoughts: In summer “too warm”, in winter “too cold”.
While warm and cold are relative terms, also in winter a too warm room can have negative side effects.
There is more to room climate than heating: While we notice “too warm” with our subjective sensors, “too warm” in objective measures lowers room humidity. And we have no real biological sensors for the right level of humidity in our rooms.
Have you ever wondered why you got a dry or scratchy throat after some time in a comfy warm room?
While most of us know the exact consumption of our cars, how much do you know about your radiators and thermostats?
What are your thoughts on the impact of room climate?
Have a look at the infographic from the Bosch IoT Lab at the University of St. Gallen and stay tuned for more insights on room climate….