Bandanair is an innovative Scottish enterprise dedicated to addressing significant social and environmental problems – clean air in particular.
Don Jack, Creative director, responsible for the company’s innovation and product design (US patent pending), is pictured here discussing the Internet of Things with Hugo Fiennes, who was instrumental in designing the iPhone.
Bandanair provides first-class ‘level 1’ sensors, monitors, face masks, filters and smart applications to help inform and empower businesses and communities to manage air pollution.
Bandanair works with business, government agencies, universities and research institutes to achieve its aim of addressing critical social and environmental issues.
We have partnered with Scottish and international institutions and companies to foster positive change, curate talent, and initiate and commission innovative projects that will help us advance to a cleaner, healthier future.
Dr Damion Corrigan and the team from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Strathclyde University have provided a working prototype/proof of concept of Bandanair’s air-pollution filter-management innovation. The system has potential across multiple applications, from aircraft to ceiling cassettes and less apparent routes, such as hairdryers and adhesive information patches.
After significant private equity investment, in October 2020 the company announced the formation of their U.S. Spinout headed up by former Sanyo CEO Robert Sigety.