Our sensors are designed to gather accurate data completely anonymously, ensuring compliance with personal information and security requirements.
Unobtrusive sensors are fitted under individual workstations to capture human presence Occupancy data is captured at a very granular individual workstation level, and is also aggregated to provide overall utilisation views and occupancy trends.
Directional time of flight sensors mounted above a doorway record the number of people entering and exiting a room, thus providing an accurate count of number of people inside a room at any point in time. This gives not only an accurate occupancy count, but also valuable utilization statistics against the specific capacity of a room.
Our people counting sensors record the number of people entering or leaving a defined space or area. It can be deployed in many different environments to collect data on people movement and traffic patterns, such as busy hours/ days at retail outlets, peak people traffic volumes, number of occupants in public or shared spaces.
Well ventilated offices contribute to a healthy work environment resulting in higher cognitive employee performance. Our data helps you manage the metrics that contribute to acceptable IAQ (indoor air quality)
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a natural component in air, and in indoor environments. The source is usually the building’s occupants, therefore indoor CO2 levels are a clear indicator of the adequacy of air ventilation. It is well documented that carbon dioxide levels have a significant impact on the cognitive functioning and productivity of workers.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemical compounds that evaporate in normal indoor atmospheric conditions. VOCs are released by many of the products surrounding us day-to-day, including some cleaning solutions. The health effects of exposure to VOCs range from sensory irritation and headaches, to toxic effects at high exposure levels.
Particulate Matter (PM) are microscopic particles of solid or liquid matter suspended in the air. Particulate matter is the most harmful form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs, bloodstreams and brain, causing severe health problems including asthma, lung cancer, respiratory and cardiovascular disease.
Comfortable working conditions influence the productivity of workers and significantly contribute to the overall employee experience. Accurate data on the key environmental metrics is the basis for establishing and maintaining optimum working conditions.
Very high indoor humidity is associated with increased growth of micro-organisms such as mold and infectious bacteria. At the same time, viruses survive much longer when humidity levels are low. Ideal humidity levels provide healthy work conditions and helps to prevent what is known as sick building syndrome.
Temperature has an important influence on productivity and performance. A difference of just a few degrees can have a significant impact on how focused and engaged employees are, and therefore needs to be kept in optimal range.
Lighting in our living and workplaces is critically important for our ability to accomplish tasks efficiently and safely. Also, proper light levels prevent eye strain, which allows us to work comfortably for longer periods.
Workplace noise is directly linked to loss of concentration and decrease in productivity. When employees experience auditory comfort in the workplace, the annoyance, stress, and physical fatigue associated with high noise environments can be avoided.