Smart Spaces for every Industry and Building type
Office & Commercial
Often there is a lack of places to meet in our buildings due to the fact that some ‘booked spaces are actually unoccupied, or space capacity is extremely underutilised’ (i.e. 2 people book at 10-man meeting), or ‘non-booked spaces are in fact occupied’ creating appointment clashes.
Lack of alternative meeting space
Some buildings simply have a lack of choice when it comes to different space types. i.e. often what many occupants lack is just small, informal spaces where they can collaborate on-the-fly and interact with other people.
Sub-standard Rooms & IT issues
Meeting rooms that are not fit for presentations or collaborative working due to Audio Visual (AV) & connectivity faults result in under-utilised rooms and poor user experience.
Finding Colleague Space
Locating a desired area or colleague within a building, estate or campus can be incredibly difficult if Digital Signage and/or WayFinding are not aiding an occupants target destination.
The increased need for companies adopting Flexible Working Cultures
The rise in flexible working culture within commercial office space is only increasing the need for finding people and space. For those of us who work in, or have visited, large offices, we’ve all asked “What space is available for my colleagues and I to have a meeting today”, “how busy is the cafeteria right now?”, “where is colleague X or Y sitting today, and how do I get there?”. As workforces now have the autonomy to choose when and where they work, and schemes such as bring your own device (BYOD) to work, the demand for applications and platforms that can serve up answers to these very basic questions, is greater than ever.
Dwell vs threshold analysis
Private Residential Housing
Flexibility to build any type of dashboard
Create custom apps for patients, hospital staff, even vendors. For example, allow patients to request meals, blankets, water, etc., meaning that the right staff member will answer the call the first time, creating a more efficient process for patients.
Touchscreen for patients and staff
Touchscreen panel with user-friendly interface allows patients and staff to easily control room settings. At the nurse’s station, they can view and set room settings, helping to understand patient concerns, such as do they have a fever or is the room too cold.
Improved Recovery Times
Syncing lighting to patient circadian rhythms has been proven to better recovery times of patients.
Smart Campus & Student Safety
Create an Intelligent Campus with a mobile application that allows 3rd party software for room booking, wayfinding, local transportation and weather services, ensuring students are guided to and from their lectures. Wherever students are on campus, occupancy sensors will activate the suitable levels of light when necessary, achieving energy savings, and send an alert before lights need replacing. Badging systems around campus will be connected and allow for unlocking of doors and security.
Monitoring Facilities & Performance
By monitoring air filters, counting occupants and monitoring CO2 levels, classrooms have better air quality and filtration = students miss less school for health-related issues like the flu and asthma. Through the operations of all facilities, performance can not only be monitored but measured for future use and planning.
Quickly change set points, troubleshoot issues, or know exactly where on campus to go to make the repair quickly, therefore reducing the needs for outside sourcing. Link building automation system with a 3rd party room (gym, common areas, etc.) booking software such as Outlook via open RESTful API so that HVAC and lighting are scheduled based on room usage; effectively reducing wasted energy.
With BAS, facility managers have reliable data on space utilization, with easy to use dashboards, so they can manage their existing space more efficiently.
An Intelligent Airport enables a safer environment, from improved visibility, location specific responses, premature warnings, accurate docking information and real time situational awareness, ensuring the safety of staff and passengers.
Intelligence gained from software allows the detection of threats faster, responding quickly and mitigating associated impact.
Integration of Airport technology systems allows for improvement in planning and control and enhances ground capacity.
Multi-System Integration for Guest Satisfaction
Opening room door, adjusting room settings, waiting time estimation at the restaurant, concierge services and finding way to the hotel facilities.
State-of-the-Art User Experience which improves comfort
Interaction within room functions is achieved through a range of wall mounting sensor/user. Guests can control air-conditioning, lighting, blinds, and even concierge services. All the functionality can be displayed on a HTML5 mobile app for iOS or Android.
Building, Analytics & Dashboards
Reporting software can show trends, alarms, financially prioritised maintenance issues, energy usage and more across the entire building or hotel chain. Personalised dashboards analyse data and give each stakeholder the insights they require.
Visitor management software gives personalised, automated and secure visitor experiences for new and returning guests. A welcome message when arriving at reception, automated check-in experience and then guided to and from meeting room.
Building & Software Management
Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) integrates IT and Facility Management concepts that aim to monitor, manage and control data center utilisation and energy consumption of all data center related equipment.
-Alarm Management provides a tool powerful enough to combat data centres own bespoke alarm issues; such as, alarm flooding, disparate alarm servers and poor user interfaces.
-Energy management gives data to help monitor, report and plan your future energy strategy
-Lighting control system reduces costs and energy usage by controlling lighting use
-Life safety and fire system ensure a safer environment for tenants and assets, refining response times, lowering maintenance costs and reducing implementation costs