Eliminate the silent expense of unused and underused office space. We help you understand how and when your building actually gets used.
Many organizations have no data-driven idea of whether they have enough space or too much, or how and when it’s being used.
Honeywell Vector Space Sense can help you find and maintain that delicate balance, and make informed decisions about optimizing space.
Honeywell Vector Space Sense uses IoT sensors to collect data generated by occupancy sensors. You’ll learn:
Integrating that data with your building management systems has many benefits:
Rather than relying on guesstimates about schedules for functions like HVAC and lighting, you can provide services that reflect the actual use of your building.
The rise in flexible workspaces and remote working arrangements makes it hard to plan space. With data about how your facilities are being used, you can plan accurately for future real estate investments (and divestments) and assess if you have the right amount of room to fit your needs.
Data collected by Space Sense is shown in dashboards and on maps and graphs. Building managers can make sound decisions about facility design and allocation. Besides cutting expenses, the same data can improve the occupant experience based on actual usage patterns.
We can help solve even your toughest space usage problems. If you want to use your space more intelligently, let’s talk.
It’s a software solution that helps building managers understand how people are actually using their buildings.
It uses IoT sensors throughout your building to learn where people are and when. This information is analyzed to generate real-world data that lets you make decisions about space utilization and building operations.
It depends on the size of your company. Underused space is estimated to cost companies with more than 5,000 employees millions of dollars a year. Also, the energy savings associated with accurately knowing building use patterns can be significant.
Yes. It’s designed to integrate with building management systems to better control energy usage and save money. It provides actual occupancy patterns to inform building management system schedules instead of following fixed timings.
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