Internet of Things Product of the Year
Product Name: AirLit
GeoSmartPro is London based startup, that aims to change the way users interact with their home through the creation and innovation of IoT technology, like our latest product, the AirGo Smart Fan and AirLit. All products can be controlled via the GeoSmartPro App, allowing you to connect to your home seamlessly. Currently, the team is working endless hard to create a brand that is a specialist in connected homes fitting into everyone’s daily lifestyle.
GeoSmarPro products are now ranged in major retailers across the UK, EU and USA in major retailers like Currys, Selfridges, Homebase, Robert Dyas, Maplin, Best Buy, Media Markt, Carrefour, Amazon and more. AirGo Smart fan won Quiet mark award for being one of the quietest fans in the market and GeoSmartPro was nominated by SME news for best automation products London 2020.
AirLit was launched in Jan 2022 during the pandemic, the concept of the product was introduced due to the major change in our lifestyle during the pandemic as most of us started to work from home and, the increasing importance of how smart home devices can be beneficial to improve quality of lifestyle. AirLit is the UK’s first portable smart fan, ring light and mirror in one. It has been designed with its smart functions so the users can control the device effortlessly with the GeoSmartPro App or leading voice assistant Alexa and Google home.
It is a unique kit with a design that can be automated to fits the user’s lifestyle, for example, the fan can be set for automation by the user to turn on when the weather is above the set temperature or it can be triggered to operate at the set speed at a preferred time setting selected by the user. The ring light can be set according to your environment without having to touch the advice itself and can be operated independently or with the fan via the GeoSmartPro App. The ring light is ideal for calls or video content creation without having the need to control the device physically.
AirLit can be controlled by the voice assistant Alexa and Google Home by simple commands “Alexa turn on the fan or ring light.” or “Hey Google, change the speed to high, low or medium”.
The AirLit features include:
App automation – allows users to automate the fan’s actions and triggers. For example, if the room gets too hot the fan will automatically kick in. The fan uses WiFi to source and follow temperatures.
Light it up (or down) – Manage your light based on your preferences. Select from 3000-5000k and 10%-100% dimming means you can change the brightness depending on your environment and time of day.
Magnetic mirror – easily transform the AirLit into a mirror with a magnetic attachment and couple up with the light and it’s perfect for make-up application and hairstyling.
Flex-Rotation – choose your best angle – with 180° vertical rotation and 270° flex rotation AirLit can work with your best angles.
Telescopic extension- 400mm to 1000mm
Reverse charging- Allows you to charge your device in case of an emergency.
Blue light reduction- Use it as a desk lamp when on screens to help reduce strain on your eyes.
Battery life – up to 15 hours of usage
Timer – users can use AirLit for up to eight hours, so it’ll last the whole working day or night.
Modes – users can choose between three different light modes, reading, focus and leisure according to their environment and one fan mode which mimics nature’s air flow to ensure a controlled and calming breeze, giving you a feeling of sitting outdoors.
Speed –the fan can be set to low, medium or high fan speed depending on your preferences.
Voice control – Alexa or Google Assistant can give users a glow up in seconds
I believe GeoSmartPro deserves the chance to win the 2022 award despite the covid challenges, the team took the challenge and convert it into an opportunity and continues to develop the new innovative IoT products according to demand in the market. AirLit is one of its kind in today’s market which offers a versatile solution with various smart functions to fit today’s lifestyle.