The french start-up Cairpol was born in the technology incubator of Alès Engineer School of Mines (France) end 2006. At first, the ambition of the founder Bruno Aubert was to design and patent a very sensitive and easy-to-use sensor to assist asthmatics in monitoring the air quality they would be breathing. And now, after a few years and almost twenty innovation awards later, Cairpol has developed a wide range of Cairsens sensors as well as integrated solutions, present all around the world.
The acquisition in 2010 by Environnement SA Group, a major manufacturer renowned in the field of environmental instrumentation, has been a great opportunity to keep on improving products quality and develop sales activities worldwide.
With production facilities located in Paris area, at the Group’s headquarters, the innovative and highly efficient range of miniaturized micro-sensors (Cairsens) for air quality monitoring has been extended. Used alone or as turnkey integrated solutions, Cairsens sensors provide real-time, highly reliable indicative data for air quality, ideal and cost-efficient for practical approach of fugitive emissions and many other air quality monitoring applications.