Cities already benefiting from Bettair®
Currently, several national and international cities are already using Bettair® devices.
In Spain, localities such as Girona, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Sant Just Desvern, El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans, Castelldefels, L’Hospitalet, Madrid, Gijón, Tres Cantos, Zamora, a Coruña, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Ciutadella de Menorca have successfully implemented these devices.
Internationally, cities such as Rome in Italy, Novi Sad in Serbia, Mexico (Cementera Cemex), Val d’Or and Rouyn-Noranda in Canada, as well as Greece, France, Germany, Turkey, Malaysia, Peru, Costa Rica, Uruguay and Portugal are already benefiting from Bettair® technology, as well as in the United States, Canada, Latin America and Asia.
Global Expansion and Distribution Agreements
Bettair and dnota have consolidated their global presence with recent distribution agreements in Greece, Turkey, Portugal and France. In the coming weeks, Bettair’s presence is expected to expand to more European countries, as well as in the United States, Canada and Asia.
Bettair and dnota currently have around 100 professionals distributed in Barcelona, Madrid, Mallorca, Cantabria and Vigo. Both companies aim to establish offices with distributors in more than 60 countries, consolidating their commitment to improving air quality worldwide.
Oscar Navarro, Managing Director of dnota, highlighted the shared vision of both companies: “Our dream is to bring the Bettair® technology to as many countries as possible. We want to provide citizens with advanced pollution control systems to improve health in urban and industrial settings.
Bettair®’s Impact on Featured Events
The Port of Tarragona and the Cambrils Triathlon are prime examples of how Bettair® has helped improve air quality at crucial events. These locations are an integral part of the growing portfolio of customers, demonstrating the positive impact that Bettair® technology can have in different environments.
The relevance of the AIRLAB Microcapteurs Challenge is further highlighted by its international scope. The competition is organized by AIRLAB, Airparif’s open innovation lab, the independent association in charge of monitoring air quality in the Paris region.
The challenge provides a rigorous and objective evaluation of microsensors in real-world conditions, backed by a panel of international experts.
Bettair® has proven to be the undisputed leader in accurate air quality measurement, an achievement backed by its victory in the AIRLAB Microcapteurs 2023 Challenge. This recognition underscores Bettair and dnota’s continued commitment to innovation, sustainability and improving the quality of life globally. With planned expansion and future developments, Bettair® is well positioned to continue to lead the air quality sensor market and contribute significantly to the creation of healthier and more sustainable environments worldwide.