The workplace is changing. The next generation’s workforce values their community over their paygrade, while the next generation of building systems have become more connected than ever.
As building systems are becoming more connected, they should become more intelligent.
An app that securely integrates the latest IoT technology, collecting all available data within your building system to provide complete 360° control, automation and real-time operational feedback of your smart building or office space from the comfort of your phone.
Poor office lighting control has shown to have both a negative impact on occupant wellbeing and the wider ecosystem. Smart Spaces communicates with lighting systems while occupants are on the way to work, automatically arranging the lux intensity to tenant-specific settings based on their preferences.
Intensity, colour and rhythms of the luminaires can all be controlled from the comfort of the occupant’s phone, supplying inhabitants with a healthy mix of natural and artificial light throughout the day.
Smart Spaces will advise tenants to turn off lights after areas have been unpopulated for long periods of time, which can be done remotely. This was done to reduce unnecessary energy expenditure and improve office sustainability.
We’re all tired of arguments over the heating. Smart Spaces uses a democratic climate control system, meaning that local temperature and air quality measures can be adjusted based on what suits the majority of occupants.
Smart Spaces uses predictive technology based on trends within data from the HVAC system to realise when inhabitants arrive to the building. Following arrival, their climate will be pre-emptively altered to match their specific settings.
The same automation can reduce and switch off climate control in less populated areas as people begin to leave, reducing tenant-side CO2 emissions and energy spending. Smart Spaces accounts for weather conditions and will adjust climate controls accordingly.
Smart Spaces enables occupier and visitor access to the workplace, making the process as simple as possible.
We recognise and allow occupants to enter their workplace, without removing the phone from their pocket. This can extend to welcoming their arrival as they walk through reception, and even calling the elevator to each inhabitant’s specific floor. Through filling out a form within the app, visitors can receive a temporary access QR code using Smart Spaces, rather than dealing with the hassle of a busy reception.
(including fuels & petroleum) within the UK in 2017.
We’d like to change that.
Smart Spaces provides buildings with the intelligence to truly become “Smart Buildings”. The app analyses energy expenditure and monitors occupant energy consumption. Inhabitants are incentivised towards sustainable working through the setting of daily, weekly and monthly targets.
Feedback in the real-time through insights and reports will recommend alterations to control methods to lessen occupant energy consumption, with Smart Spaces encouraging more sustainable and affordable options.
Smart Spaces is fully integrated with Amazon Alexa, allowing for complete voice control over the systems within each occupant’s smart office.
Alexa holds most of the functionality of the mobile application, such as notifying occupants when visitors arrive, asking if they would like a coffee, setting lighting moods for presentations, giving climate readings and further community functions.
Smart Spaces delegates role-based access control over your area.
This granular control method means that occupants, CEOs, building managers and front-of-house staff alike can all be assigned varying levels of permissions for all features of the app, with relevant permissions depending on their position. These are put into templates to lessen administrative load.
You’re only one step away from complete intelligent control of your office space or building. Enquire now to ensure that you’re part of the next generation of smart, sustainable and engaging platform.