For buildings, flexibility comes from visibility and intelligence. Only by knowing what is happening in a building can smart systems respond to changes, so during times of uncertainty buildings should develop their sensory infrastructure. Motion detectors, people counting cameras, and even carbon dioxide monitors can all help buildings better determine occupancy levels, allowing the processed data to trigger the necessary efficiency changes across the facility. As we continue with a hotch-potch of remote work, office-returns, and flexible policies, the prevailing building automation systems (BAS) simply cannot maintain good efficiency levels.
Sensative take: To get the insights you need you need access to data. Both legacy system data and new IoT data. You need a horizontal multi-party platform that integrates all possible technologies and systems providing the data and control in real-time. Then you enable flexibility. Meet Sensative Yggio.