Do you know the occupancy patterns in your building?


Some times a building is too busy - even though the number of desks and meeting rooms  should be fine.


Nobody knows what's wrong? Nobody knows how big the problem is.


Today it is possible to idenity occupancy patterns  to a more or less detailed degree. This is done by placing sensors in the rooms where the occupancy rate is important. Multiple sensor types can be used depending on how accurate measurements are needed.


Is a local vacant or busy?
To find out, a wide variety of sensors can be used. For example  sound or CO2


How many are there in a room?
An IR sensor can help map the use of meeting rooms. The sensor can document if there is a need for two meeting rooms with seating for six people rather than a large room for 12-15 meeting participants.


Where is an available workplace?
IR sensors can show down to desk level, where there is an available work or study space.


We work with mapping patterns in the use of buildings and premises. Patterns that can help tell about the squares are used wisely - and whether there is a balance between the number of people, meetings, premises and square meters.


At the moment we look at study sites and open office environments. Contact us if you would like to know more!