KLP Eiendom approached Spaceti about improving its Oslo headquarters as part of a new initiative to use data to improve the indoor experience in its buildings. The company is now collecting data about its meeting rooms with the help of Spaceti to cut down on no-shows and possibly re-design the interior of the rooms.
As a service provider, Sodexo’s goal is to understand occupancies, make the building more agile and flexible, and adapt services to the people within the organization. Sodexo decided to implement Spaceti’s occupancy analytics in order to start making smarter decisions on the basis of data collected.
Castellum’s vision is to develop the best possible locations for its customers. Implementing Spaceti technologies including occupancy and environmental analytics helps the company achieve this goal. Castellum acquires two chief benefits by employing data analysis: Making their spaces more pleasant while using resources, such as energy, more efficiently.
Thanks to a fast-growing headcount, MSD had constant parking problems that they solved using our sensors. Building administrators now have a precise overview of data about how the parking lot is used while employees can be navigated to open spots.
Vodafone’s motivation for adopting Spaceti technologies was to reduce costs lost to inefficient use of space and reducing the number of complaints from employees seeking a workspace or a parking spot.
Cushman & Wakefield installed an occupancy analytics solution to optimise space by measuring chair vacancies in individual rooms along with employing environmental analytics to better manage the internal environment.
The Skoda Auto Academy operates a vast, multi-floor building that was confusing for employees and visitors alike. Spaceti’s technology was installed to make navigating the complex’s interior easier, to help optimise environmental settings, and to improving occupant satisfaction.