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Articles in Category: Occupancy Sensors

Occupancy sensors use motion detection technology to detect people in a room. Read more here about how sensors can be used to operate buildings efficiently.


What Kind of Office Data Can You Collect from Occupancy Sensors?

Use sensor data to help you optimize building spaces for maximum efficiently

What Kind of Office Data Can You Collect from Occupancy Sensors?

Occupancy sensors are commonly used to manage the number of people in a space and control automated light and climate systems to save on energy costs. More and more commercial office buildings are deploying sensor technology to gain greater insight into how efficiently rooms and facilities are being used, where expansion is necessary, and where consolidation is possible to cut real estate, overhead, and utility costs.

Occupancy sensor systems are driven by robust software platforms that monitor, track and document key occupancy metrics that your Houston, TX business can use to make crucial workplace decisions. Keep reading to explore what kind of data you can collect and analyze from sensor technologies.

3 Best Uses of Occupancy Sensors in Commercial Buildings

Occupancy sensor technology can help your buildings operate more efficiently

3 Best Uses of Occupancy Sensors in Commercial Buildings

Today, there are plenty of commercial automation technologies available to help you manage your office buildings more efficiently. One of the simplest devices you can deploy in your Austin, TX business location is occupancy sensors, which use infrared radiation, sound waves, or a combination to detect the presence of people in a room.

Sensors range in sophistication from identifying a living presence to accurately counting the number of people in the room. Why is knowing this information useful? Because with the right systems and integrations in place, your business can use occupancy sensors to help reduce heating, cooling, and lighting costs, maintain building cleanliness, and analyze space utilization. Keep reading to learn more.