Rysta in the News: Fresh air thanks to "Rubik's Cube"


"This is more than just a CO₂ traffic light, so it convinced me," says Poing's mayor Thomas Stark (independent).


The Anni Pickert School in Poing recently installed Rysta Protect sensors in its classrooms. The CO2 traffic light helps to protect students from COVID-19 and allows for collaborative and undisturbed learning despite the pandemic.

Teacher helping a student in a classroom
Anni Pickert School (Photo: Christian Endt, Originally published on Süddeutsche Zeitung)

Uninterrupted learning is crucial for students, teachers and parents. Especially now, the school is pleased to have CO2 traffic lights in the classrooms in time for winter and the new school year.


However, it is more than just a CO2 traffic light. RYSTA Protect provides a dashboard with data to determine humidity levels, mould risk and whether the heating has been left on or the windows left open in the school's rooms. This is particularly useful during holidays or in the evenings when students are away.


Rysta has partnered with Versicherungskammer Bayern to equip schools in Bavaria and Berlin. We are happy to be able to contribute to the protection of pupils, teachers and parents of the Anni Pickert School!


Marie Schmidt reports on the campaign in the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Read the original article here.




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