Digital transformation

Smart Office – the science behind workplace optimisation and employee’s mobility

Especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, digital transformation of workspaces will be accelerated as they enable a hybrid work model: from office and from home, based on activity and most important, agile.

Sensors, software, programming and everything that smart office is incorporating is leading to a changing space, more intuitive and needs based. So that workers can concentrate on goals and objectives not on desk and meeting occupancy. Something like the smartphone generated in the past as user experience.

In terms of business, smart office technology provides data (from occupancy rate, to employee satisfaction and wellbeing) necessary for leadership decisions. This allows organizations to make continuous refinements to workplace environments and data based decisions on their real estate strategy.

Main gains:


Real estate is the second largest cost after people. By understanding space utilisation, there is an opportunity to unlock significant savings by identifying under-utilised space.

Occupancy monitoring:

Identify trends in occupancy levels and deliver the insight needed to enhance your workplace without tracking people or their personal information.

Building health monitoring:

Workplace sensors ensure a safe and healthy workplace by monitoring specific metrics such as temperature, humidity, light, noise and air quality.


Live information through interactive digital signage on what spaces are available throughout the day, allows employees to identify workstations and meeting spaces’ availability


Monitoring physical presence and work-from-home force in real time will lead to a more agile workspace