With pressure on organizations to reduce costs and operate more sustainably, the need to understand building and office usage has never been more important. The many benefits of having accurate and up-to-date occupancy information all contribute to a business’s bottom line. We have built this guide to help you discover how to gain access to occupancy data in a cost-effective, easy-to-implement way.Download
Detecting and reducing carbon dioxide levels is critical for any healthy environment. High concentration levels of CO2 in confined or poorly ventilated spaces cause harmful reactions in their occupants, from adverse cognitive effects to chronic psychological stress. To mitigate such implications for building occupants, commercial and corporate real estate enterprises are heavily investing in managing CO2 emissions in both living and working spaces.DOWNLOAD
We have prioritized security and privacy throughout every part of the design and development process for our sensing solution, including chip design, sensor design, radio protocol design, cloud services, and APIs. Read about SecureDataShot, end to end encryption, and how data is handles & stored.
In this guide, we will walk you through everything you need to know about the increasingly connected world of IoT. This guide discusses in-depth:
More than one third of workers are already back in large office buildings. With COVID19 still around, companies are taking precautions to ensure a safe return to the office. State-of-the-art sensors and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are employers’ and facilities managers’ best allies in their efforts to implement “safe return to office” measures.
We spend about 90% of our time indoors. Out of that time, one-third of our lives is spent at work, an average of 90,000 hours across our lifetime. The COVID-19 pandemic has made us take a deep look at the state of our offices today. From air quality to cleaning and space layout, it is time to redefine what a healthy office should look like.Download
Nowadays, buildings and facilities managers employ Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies to improve the sustainability performance of their real estate assets and processes. In this handbook, we walk you through what a sustainable building & workplace can look like and how IoT technology can help you reach your sustainability goals.
Building Managers strive to optimize safety, comfort, and sustainability for their tenants. Mesa is an easy-install kit for commercial buildings that cuts energy costs, improves tenant comfort, and simplifies building operations. It is developed by Sidewalk Labs, an urban innovation company.Download
In the past, sometimes investments in new technologies have failed to deliver significant returns. Fortunately, it is possible to calculate tangible capital budgeting indicators for IoT deployment. This e-book illustrates and quantifies the impact of IoT technology investments on Profit and Loss accounts.Download
Today, there are many ways to stay on top of everything related to facilities management in a commercial building. Smart sensors constitute a set of tools to provide real-time data from all functions and corners of a building. In this guide, we have listed a few examples that showcase how smart sensors can become the smallest, yet most intelligent asset in your facilities management toolkit.Download
Wiring even a handful of sensors can be costly and limits where sensors can be located. Wireless sensors enable cost-effective and scalable IoT deployments. Before deploying a sensor solution, you need to understand the key trade-offs between sensor range and scalability.