Who are BRS Technology?

Analysing Indoor Environment Quality

BRS Technology specialise in creating innovative software products for residential home monitoring and design

We have a team of PhD level data scientists, software developers, and experienced building design specialists developing cutting edge technology for both in house developed software tools and bespoke software for our partners.

We have experience working with major private and social housebuilders, material manufacturers and distributors as well as directly with architects.

Building Monitoring

TECHNOLOGY

Building Monitoring

Real-time monitoring of the indoor environment, using advanced artificial intelligence to predict and prevent issues occurring in homes.

TECHNOLOGY

Building Design

Applying modern technology solutions to improve the regulatory building design process.

Building Design

DID YOU KNOW

12% of UK social householders are living with Mould, Damp and Condensation issues.

In 2015 to 2017, almost one million homes had rising damp or other damp problems in at least one room of their home.

DID YOU KNOW

‘Toxic Home Syndrome’ is a condition affecting 15.3 million homes across the UK

According to the BRE, the average European citizen spends at least 90% of their time indoors. Given this statistic, indoor air quality becomes very important – after all, it has a major influence on the health, comfort and wellbeing of a building’s occupants. With modern properties designed to be as airtight as possible (in order to keep energy bills low and prevent warm air from escaping) there is a growing concern that ventilation levels are being put at risk. A lack of ventilation can result in stale, contaminated and humid air building up in homes – which can lead to serious illness for occupants. Recent reports and research have outlined ‘Toxic Home Syndrome’ as a condition affecting 15.3 million homes across the UK, which has seen people’s health deteriorate as the result of poor quality air circulating inside their properties.

DID YOU KNOW

Nearly half of all UK homes have high indoor air pollution

A new report into the state of air pollution in UK households has found that our homes are experiencing dangerous levels of indoor air pollution. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) that exceeded healthy levels. VOCs are a group of chemicals that readily evaporate into the air and have been linked to nausea, fatigue and headaches; some are also carcinogenic.