Weather station connected to the internet for Netatmo.
Made for iPhone, iPad and Android phone compatibility.
Exhibition Observeur du design 13, 2012.
CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
Launch September 2012.
Additionnal module spring 2013.
Rain gauge spring 2014.
Wind gauge spring 2015.

Every day, urban citizens, representing over 50% of the world population, are exposed to peaks in pollution, allergens and various particles. However there is no personal and simple device to inform and advise us about it. Indications supplied by dedicated organisations only cover the air outside. In buildings, where Europeans spend 80 % of their time, there are many sources of emissions of polluting substances: construction materials; paint; furniture; heating units; cleaning products…
Netatmo, a personal weather station, which measures the air quality, provides the first general public solution to this problem.
Users of the station possess new indicators which enable them to act upon their immediate environment, like ventilating a room for example. They can also share and pool their local data, and hence understand their environment better through weather patterns and air quality.
The product endeavours to translate the information collected sensitively, with thoughtful and sensory, visual as well as tactile interaction. The proposal of a cylindrical volume evolved like the shape of an antenna capturing the invisible composition of the atmosphere. The object communicates an initial gentle and overall impression through the illuminated slot. This air vent has a double function: it lets the air in and diffuses a warm or cold light according to the air quality indicated. In an instant, the user is informed about the environment. The graphical interface of the application then gives an accurate breakdown of the data

Extruded aluminium.
ABS injection.

Internal module 155 mm x 45 mm
External module 105 mm x 45 mm
Additinonnal module 105 x 45 mm
Rain gauge 130 x 110 mm
Wind gauge 110 x 85 mm