Use energy on people, not empty spaces


Ubiqisense's occupancy sensor collects data on the way people use and interact with spaces. The data is completely anonymous and it facilitates the optimization of any given space. It helps create a better work environment adapted to people’s real needs, and it provides valuable insights that can contribute to a more sustainable workplace. The sensor can easily integrate with other smart energy-saving solutions, this way reducing your carbon footprint can become an automated process.

The office is in a transition from a workplace into a collaboration space. That requires different types of spaces. With our sensors, we can provide the data on what spaces are needed for. Then combining the navigation & mapping from MapsPeople with the live sensor data, we can help people find their way to areas that are vacant. If you look at the booking system, a meeting room might be booked, but if you look at the live map that has our sensor data overlayed, we can see that there is no one in there, so we can use that meeting room. This way we make better use of the square meters, helping reduce real estate costs but also helping create a better workplace experience. This is especially relevant in the hybrid work setting where nothing is fixed, but people use it based on their needs and use it more for collaboration.



About Ubiqisense


Started in 2016, Ubiqisense was created with the vision of using live occupancy data to help reduce energy consumption. When you feed live data into the BMS system that controls the energy sources - like light, ventilation, or heating - you can start to tailor the energy consumption to the number of people, instead of constantly running a building as if it was 100% occupied.


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