Indoor air quality guidance with ASHREA was created to slow transmission of COVID-19 via the HVAC system. As filter changes and increased ventilation were implemented, there was a need to define a healthy building in real-time with live sensor arrays. The benchmark for success to answer whether the HVAC modifications are working to reduce the transmission of the virus can be accomplished with IAQ sensors. Sensors monitored PM2.5, CO2, temperature, TVOC, and humidity to compile the optimal air quality for teaching space. Syyclops monitors these sensors, operations, and engineering-based analytics to generate all building data for display of building condition.