Measuring occupancy can be a challenge when employees don't want to book spaces. Without that data, however, you'd be flying blind.
The OpenSensors™ platform uses smart RFID tags to automatically check in and out employees in office spaces, giving you reliable and accurate data to work with. Deep dive into desk and space usage, and break it down by department, weekday or hour to make solid decisions.
How much office space do you really need? How many people can we hire?
See which spaces and areas of your building are utlizied the most and the least.
Discover how many seats and desks your employees are using and when.
Deep dive into asset usage for each department and space.
Be on top of your hiring and asset growth goals.
For a true 360-degree view of your workspace
Environmental sensors are a low-cost solution to gather data and help optimise systems and support energy and cost efficiencies in the workplace.
Passive infrared sensors (PIR) gather data on the usage of desks, focus rooms or phone booths.
Counter sensors let you understand the footfall of free-flowing areas, meeting rooms, open spaces or collaboration areas.
Our indoor air quality system does not need access to your internal network or existing IT infrastructure. Our systems run on a dedicated network using our own 4G / mobile connection to the internet.
The transport of virus laden aerosols is affected by the physicochemical properties of aerosols themselves and environmental factors, including temperature, relative humidity, ultraviolet radiation, airflow and ventilation.
Studies have found evidence that air quality within an office can have significant impacts on employees’ cognitive function, including response times and ability to focus.
Ambient noise also affects people’s health by increasing general stress levels and aggravating stress-related conditions such as high blood pressure, coronary disease, peptic ulcers, and migraine headaches.
For a safer return to work
We believe data-driven, evidence-based decision-making is the foundation for the future of work and a requirement for bringing people back to the office safely, with well-being in front of mind.