The smart room climate sensor for fresh air in universities


Our mission for best indoor climate

Indoor air control as a new benchmark of modern building management

RYSTA Protect uses the latest smart technologies to create a healthy and pleasant indoor climate. Thanks to the integrated sensor technology, the air in the room is monitored around the clock and you are informed when and how long you need to ventilate - thus simultaneously fulfilling ESG criteria and creating ideal working and living conditions in your building.

Energy balance and room climate
Reduced energy and heat loss in all rooms

In times of energy crisis and climate change, it is particularly important to pay attention to the optimal use of heat and energy. Especially in the cold months, ventilation is often done haphazardly, wasting valuable resources. Thanks to the simple traffic light system, RYSTA Protect shows you in real time when the ideal moment to ventilate is. With the help of the RYSTA Dashboard and the analysis, a learning process can be expected here, which also pays off in the long term for a better energy balance - and incidentally, optimal ventilation also helps to improve air quality and reduces the risk of infection. In addition, five other measured values such as air temperature and humidity are recorded.

Using smartphone, laptop or tablet: thanks to the interactive dashboard, you always have all room climate data at a glance

Better indoor climate, more productive learning and working
How to create ideal conditions for your university

RYSTA Protect protects faculty and students from virus transmission at the university - Especially during the cold and heating season in fall and winter. This provides more safety, contributes to health protection and helps to create better learning and working environments. After all, quiet, concentration and good air promote precious learning time - and increase everyone's productivity and satisfaction.

Good air quality for a safe learning environment

RYSTA monitors the air in universities and colleges and ensures better health, performance and well-being. In addition, students, faculty and staff are better protected from virus transmission in the fall and winter.

Good air quality in all rooms

Monitor and improve the air quality in your university and create a safe and healthy environment for your students and employees.

Discreet indication through CO₂ traffic light

With the discreet visual indication of the integrated CO2 traffic light, you are immediately informed when the CO2 concentration is too high. Without disturbing the concentration.

ESG & energy saving measures

Create the basis for reporting temperature reductions and CO₂ savings for various regulations. Because climate change affects us all.


Customer references

"In addition to signaling, the dashboard with its open API interfaces offers us the possibility to read the data from the sensors and process it further with existing systems. These additional possibilities have convinced us. The technical support has supported us perfectly during the entire implementation process."

Dipl. Ing. Dietmar Hausmann

Laboratory Manager Department of Economics Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences

"Zuverlässige und einfache Nutzung auch bei Raumwechseln. Das individuell anpassbare Dashboard verschafft einen schnellen und guten Überblick. Optimiertes Lüftungsverhalten. Hohe Akzeptanz bei den Studierenden für regelmäßige Querlüftung trotz Komforteinbußen (Zugluft)."

Prof. Dr. Christian Fieberg

Westphalian University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen

“Die Sensoren sind einfach da, unauffällig und beruhigend grün blinkend, solange die Luftqualität stimmt. Verändert sich die Farbe zu gelb, öffnet in der nächsten Sekunde schon jemand das Fenster und lässt frische Luft rein.”

Annemarie Mutscher

Assistenz der Geschäftsführung
Alexander von Humboldt Institut Berlin

"Zur Verbesserung des Raumklimas haben wir einen Teil unserer Vorlesungsräume bereits mit Sensoren der Fa. Rysta ausgestattet. Das optische Signal ist dezent und nicht störend. Die Dozentinnen und Dozenten können bei Bedarf gezielt reagieren.

Dipl. Ing. Dietmar Hausmann

Laborleiter Fachbereich Wirtschaft
Technische Hochschule Brandenburg