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Aug 12 | Insights

Improving the occupier experience with IoT and digital twins

Employees and occupiers are starting to place huge value on their experiences within the workplace and companies are now realising this is something they should be investing in. Although some are beginning to facilitate this, many do not know where to begin. 

Technology can play a big part in the employee experience within modern offices, and it can be the key to boosting well-being, happiness, success, performance and even general health. 

IoT devices are growing rapidly and their integration with digital twins have already seen them implemented into some offices. One of the main drivers behind their adoption is to ensure the workplace becomes more agile, giving more flexibility and choice. 

Remote working has become a huge part of people’s lives since the pandemic broke out over 18 months ago and commercial real estate facilities are now understanding of the transformation offices are going through, as we switch to a world of hybrid working. Due to this, hot desking is expected to grow in popularity amongst many businesses and enabling occupiers to book rooms and desks in advance is just one of the features of Twinview to help improve their experience. 

Indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air and many of the cases of sick leave within a company can be directly related to the quality of the air. Twinview uses sensors to monitor the air quality within a space and indicate whether it is good or bad, allowing the facility manager to rectify the issue. Poor air quality can lead to a drop in productivity, workplace satisfaction and attendance. 

By unlocking access to a building’s management systems and the data they produce, Twinview ensures that its performance can be optimised. Ultimately this leads to a more enjoyable experience for its tenants, especially when considering the change to hybrid working. On top of that, Twinview reduces a building’s impact on the environment which could also be a factor that occupiers believe improves their experience. By reducing carbon usage and moving a building closer to Net Zero, occupiers will feel good knowing that they are doing their bit to tackle climate change. 

Twinview is a browser-based digital twin platform for the property sector connecting building systems’ data to a 3D model viewed on a single dashboard. Twinview becomes your first step to achieving Net Zero by providing continuous live data and an optimised building performance whilst reducing costs and improving the user experience.

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