Airovation and ASUS sign agreement to develop air purifier innovations

Airovation's technology prevents harmful CO2 emissions, as well as viruses and bacteria, using cloud processing while improving productivity.

Marat Maayan, Founder & CEO at Airovation Technologies and Joe Hsieh, COO and Senior Corporate Vice President at ASUS sign an MOU to expand air purification solutions in Taiwan and Greater China. (photo credit: NATI LEVI)

Israeli climate technology company Airovation Technologies and Taiwan-based computer hardware and consumer electronics company ASUSTek Computer Inc. signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the potential use of Airovation air purification in manufacturing in Taiwan and China this week.


Airovation's technology prevents harmful CO2 emissions while improving productivity, according to the company.


The company's products include the Air-O, which treats CO2, as well as viruses and bacteria using cloud processing, and the Airosphera, which uses sensors to measure and adjust indoor environmental conditions for babies' needs and treats the air accordingly.


"We are gratified to be working alongside industry leaders such as ASUS as we continue to commercialize our technology and further the indoor air quality (IAQ) solutions market.” Marat Maayan, founder and CEO, Airovation Technologies According to the company, clinical trials showed that CO2 accumulation while sleeping can cause decreased cognitive performance. The company hopes to combat these issues with the Air-O and Airosphera. Airovation sets eyes to the future The newly-signed memorandum will expand cooperation between the two companies on the continued development of these products and joint future endeavors. “This landmark partnership empowers Airovation Technologies to take tremendous steps toward our goal of igniting a cleantech revolution — a movement that stands poised to benefit the environment, productivity and wellbeing of countless individuals not only in Taiwan and Greater China, but across the globe,” said Airovation Technologies founder and CEO Marat Maayan. "We are gratified to be working alongside industry leaders such as ASUS as we continue to commercialize our technology and further the indoor air quality (IAQ) solutions market.” Airovation completed a $16 million funding round led by Dreamstone Partners, bringing its total funds raised to $19 million.

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