Smart buildings allow both architects and business owners to plan and exploit real estate efficiently. The modern workforce is increasingly mobile, and real estate cost is an essential concern for employers. The retail shopping floor also changes rapidly, as shop owners face similar challenges.
Technologies such as People Counting Sensors and Space Management Software become essential to stay ahead.
This is where our customer - UbiqiSense - comes in, with their portfolio of Smart Office, Smart Building, and Smart Retail solutions. UbiqiSense has tasked us to build UbiqiSense Analytics. It is a web platform that provides customers with rich user interfaces where they visualize their locations’ occupancy, building footfalls, and so on.
Using UbiqiSense’s platform and the analytics that we have built, users get a wide range of benefits:
Easy to use analytics with data and real-time metrics that help business owners make better decisions.
Lower costs for cleaning and catering, based on the real usage of office space.
Optimize meeting rooms, floor space, and store design to meet business goals.
Increase revenues, customer, and employee satisfaction by having a well-designed store or working space.
CEO & Co-Founder @UbiqiSense | Denmark
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UbiqiSense Analytics can use both local and cloud services (AWS) for storing, analyzing, and visualizing data. The platform allows new devices and users to be managed remotely using cloud services, and it has the following key features:
Statistics about occupancy levels and foot traffic - by analyzing the occupancy data over time, customers achieve the most efficient meeting room configuration.
Collecting data on how occupants are using floor space allows business owners to adjust cleaning, catering, and other services according to the actual usage of each room.
Heatmaps of where people tend to stand more frequently - helps businesses resize and rearrange meeting rooms according to real-life occupancy. With this data, stores can adjust shelf design and product display accordingly.