Across many industries, data collection on processes and output has driven efficiencies and positive outcomes.
Factories track assembly line defects to improve product quality. Parcel companies track their supply chains to enable more package deliveries per employee and provide detailed delivery times to customers. Grocery stores use loyalty cards to track buying habits and offer customised coupons to shoppers. Homeowners can now receive detailed energy reports from their suppliers to drive down consumption.
The trend is clear: collect more data, in more places and use it to deliver a more efficient service that in turn improves outcomes.
This same trend now enables office space to be more productive. As our urban populations grow, more space is needed to accommodate workers. This will create a demand for data-driven office spaces that can increase efficiency.
In this paper, provided by CoWorkr & Haworth Inc, they explore the drivers that are enabling ongoing indoor monitoring within offices, specific data streams that can be collected, and the current and future opportunities of collecting these new data feeds.
Take a look at the CoWorkr Whitepaper