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Singaporean indoor air quality tech company launches UAE branches in Dubai and Abu Dhabi


SensGreen has formally launched its UAE branch, with offices located in Dubai at Jafza One Tower and Abu Dhabi ADGM.


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July 27, 2020
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Singaporean indoor air quality tech company launches UAE branches in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

With an aim to expand its portfolio in Internet of Things and Green Solutions across Middle East, Tolga Candan has been appointed as regional head of business. The technology company is known for its Indoor Air Quality solutions with an AI-engined software platform and homegrown patented wireless sensors converting measured data into actionable insights for optimizing HVAC control systems.

Candan, meanwhile, is known for his expertise in HVAC and energy optimization in the UAE and neighbouring regions. Speaking at a recent conference Candan said, “You cannot improve what you cannot measure.

“By our experience and powerful tools, we look forward to providing better and healthier living spaces for everyone in the region in our commitment to support the national strategic programmes addressing improvement of air quality.

“It’s not far where people will start choosing which schools to enlist their children or which shopping malls to visit as per their indoor air quality indexes. “We cannot turn our backs to people’s demand for a healthy air.”

Hasan Basri Tosun, CEO and co-founder of SensGreen, added: “Through our business we aim to advance and position our strategy on the core verticals of conserving the environment, promoting green building practices and delivering the best value for our customers and stakeholders.”

According to a Global Newswire report, IAQ solutions are expected to have a significant growth of 15% in Middle East and will be the key to productivity improvement by 2025.