Innovative technology aims to cut the number of deaths and injuries from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Working in partnership with National Grid, a company called Smart Compliance will be testing new intelligent carbon monoxide monitoring devices in six hundred social housing properties.
The six-month trial will check carbon monoxide levels, device performance and send reports wirelessly back to the project team. Because the new intelligent device automatically keeps track of its own performance, users won’t need to test it every week.
If successful, the new technology will improve the public’s safety, help us better monitor carbon monoxide levels and reduce the number of false carbon monoxide call-outs.