Human Centric Building

A smart building is designed to meet the needs of the building users. The working conditions in the building, including optimal temperature, air quality and lighting are the driving force behind choices in the building technology.  

The average worker spends 40% of their time at their desk. An average work desk is used for 54% of the time. Inefficient use of space wastes people’s time and increases energy costs. 

Users can also enjoy new, smart services. Location awareness within the building helps for example in finding and reserving an empty desk or meeting room, locating a colleague or going for lunch when there is no line at the cafeteria. 

Taking into account e.g. lighting, indoor air quality, temperature, smart services and acoustics we can find the optimal solution that meets the needs of the occupants in the best possible way.