Building IoT Sensor Improves Occupant Experience

October 25, 2020
Enlighted

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Enlighted now offers its technology in a Surface Sensor designed for deployments at scale across enterprise portfolios. Enlighted’s sensor makes activity-based workspaces, conference rooms and commercial buildings improves the occupant experience. The IoT sensor technology enables intelligent desks that know when employees are using them, creates smart conference rooms that release themselves when a meeting is completed early and informs workplace planners on everything from physical distancing compliance to real estate utilization.

The IoT sensor technology in the Surface Sensor enables intelligent desks that know when employees are using them, creates smart conference and informs workplace planners on everything from physical distancing compliance to real estate utilization.
The IoT sensor technology in the Surface Sensor enables intelligent desks, creates smart conference and informs workplace planners on everything from physical distancing compliance to real estate utilization.

The Surface Sensor is powered by a standard USB interface and features an adhesive for mounting, making installation as simple as placing the sensor on a surface. This eliminates the need for wiring, special installation instructions and additional labor, and makes it ideal for locations including satellite offices, smaller offices with limited or no facility managers or leased spaces.

Like its sister SU-5 sensor, the Surface Sensor is a software upgradable smart IoT end-point, able to capture multiple data streams, perform local data processing and wirelessly transmit the data to the Enlighted network and cloud database. This sensory data includes occupancy detection, temperature, ambient lighting levels and is also equipped with Bluetooth LE capabilities to communicate with other IoT devices and applications.  

Industry standard Bluetooth and available data APIs enable the use of third-party applications, including workplace technology platforms like Comfy, conference room booking and mobile phone wayfinding applications.

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