Environment index
Written by Maksym Huk
Updated over a week ago

The environmental index is a crucial tool for assessing and understanding the quality of the environment in a specific location. It takes into account factors such as temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels to provide an overall score that indicates the environmental conditions.

Higher scores indicate better environmental conditions, while lower scores suggest poorer conditions. By tracking the index over time, you can identify trends and patterns in environmental quality.

Excellent (80% - 100%):

Environmental conditions in this range are considered optimal and highly favorable. This level indicates that the measured factors is well within the range that promotes a comfortable and healthy environment. People are likely to feel comfortable, and the overall quality of the environment is outstanding.

Good (60% - 79%):

The "Good" range suggests that the measured factor is within a range that is generally comfortable and suitable for most activities. While not in the optimal range, these conditions are still acceptable and do not pose significant discomfort.

Fair (30% - 59%):

Conditions falling into the "Fair" range might indicate a moderate deviation from the ideal values. While not necessarily uncomfortable, these conditions could be less favorable for some individuals, depending on their sensitivity to environmental factors. It's a range that might prompt some adjustments to maintain comfort.

Poor (0% - 29%):

The "Poor" range suggests that the measured factor is significantly deviating from the optimal range.

Index calculation

Environment score is calculated for each factor separately and then the average of these three scores is taken as environment index.

Refer to the attached charts that provide the percentage ranges for each factor โ€“ temperature, humidity, and CO2.

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