Hotels, Restaurants & Entertainment

Every hospitality venue – hotel, restaurant, meeting, conference and event centre relies on good reputation for repeat business. Top of the list of “repeat business-killers” is poor air quality!

People sense it as soon as they walk in – and it puts them right off. It’s essential to get this right and the uHoo monitoring system helps identify what factors are affecting the quality and condition of the air.

But it’s not only about customers and clients – employee health and wellness is a burgeoning issue driven by irrefutable evidence that poor quality indoor air impacts on long-term health, well-being, mental agility, cognitive performance and especially productivity. And poor air quality can lead to staff lethargy and irritability – both totally unacceptable in these industries.

How uHoo Can Help

With affordable costs, and NINE sensing parameters, the uHoo PRO monitoring system is ideally configured for hospitality organisations including those with multiple locations. (For smaller venues, uHoo LITE is a perfect solution).

uHoo “PRO” – Designed by professionals for professionals


uHoo PRO monitors provide a comprehensive overview and detailed insight into the quality of air which customers and employees are obliged to breathe. The monitors provide instant alerts when the quality of air begins to deteriorate.

Use of PRO monitors requires a uHoo PRO Business Account on the uHoo cloud to which all data from monitors is automatically uploaded. The account and the management dashboard can be easily accessed by authorised users from anywhere in the world, on smart phones, tablets and PCs etc. for review and deeper analysis.

Using uHoo’s APIs, data can be relayed and displayed on video screens in work areas and in public reception areas too.

ASSET SECURITY: Once a uHoo monitor’s MAC address has been registered on a uHoo account, it is “locked in” and cannot be transferred to another account without a formal request to us by the authorised account administrator to manually re-assign it. For example, If a monitor is removed from premises, unauthorised, it becomes unusable