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Daily Digest | Take a breath

Written by The Uptake Published on   1 min read

This Vietnamese startup’s hardware issues alerts when your air is tainted.

Hey. It’s Brady.

tMonitor was one of the startups that presented its business idea during a demo day organized by KrASIA and Alibaba Cloud. It makes air quality monitors—a move that was inspired by fires that broke out on its own premises.

Since tMonitor is based in Vietnam, a country with weak emissions standards for power plants and plenty of coal used in its power generation, its systems are useful. tMonitor’s hardware is able to issue alerts and inform recipients about safety protocols if it detects unsafe parameters in the air, making it a meaningful addition to some professional and residential settings.

The startup is an example where personal experiences are crucial for shaping useful (and even impactful) products. Without experiencing the heat and smoke in their own corridors, tMonitor’s team may not have considered taking this direction.

Sarah profiled the company. You can read her article here.

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