Sensor Connected Workplace

Before a study

Sensors track workplace utilisation in real-time, whether its individual desks or meeting rooms, with sensor you can make smarter decisions about your real estate. Next to that, using the highly advanced sensors you are able to cut costs, plan for better capacity and empower teams.

It consists of three steps which includes the preparation, to check for the ideal placement of sensors, next is the installation and last but not least the data collection.

The sensors are accurate up to 98%. The data is almost real-time, with every six minutes. Which means that the data is reliable from the first minute.

The preparation phase of the project is 20 days. The study itself takes between six and twelve months. The sensors can be used temporarily or permanent.

We need a list of all workstation and meeting facility types and an accurate and good floor plan.

For now we use sensors to measure workstations, meeting rooms and environments. 

The batteries we use in the sensors have a life time of approx. three years.

The main difference is the number of measurements. A Workplace Observation Study will take place every hour (six-nine times per day), where the SCW measures the occupancy every six minutes. This advantage makes sure that you have reliable insights within your occupancy rate. Another difference is the measured activities. During a Workplace Observation Study, the observer will measure occupancy and activity. A Sensor Connected Workplace measures the occupancy rate only.

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During a study

It is important that it is well announced within your organisation in advance. Besides that you can tell them that the sensors are secure by design and don’t have an impact on existing networks.

If a device is not in its documented location, please ask for assistance from the project coordinator or IT. 

  1. Check the surrounding area to see if the device has been moved. If a sensor has been moved from its designated location, all data can no longer be considered accurate and all data for the location is void. Please document this.
  2. The documentation must be checked thoroughly for any mistakes.
  3. Check to see when the sensor was last online. If it is still online, then repeat step 1 until it is found!

If this does not reveal the location, the device must be marked as lost/stolen. This is the responsibility of the client, and the project coordinator can deal with this accordingly.

Check-in floor pots, underneath desks, and nearby walls. If it’s online, it must be nearby!

 

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After a study

All the insights are collected and reviewed in the Measuremen Portal.

We strive to provide the complete report in the Measuremen Portal in five working days after the last observation day, unless agreed upon otherwise.

Peak occupancy, average occupancy, occupancy per six minutes and more in-depth information regarding the occupancy.

Yes. During a Key Insights meeting, the insights will be discussed with you on a mutually selected date, unless agreed upon otherwise.

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