Comfort+: OfficeVitae's app for better working environments

 Officevitae deployed this month Officevitae Comfort+ at the Faculty of Industrial Design at the Technical University of Delft.

  Key features include:

  • Sensor data views of one’s own office for C02 levels, humidity, temperature, light, noise and movement.
  • Via a desktop, IOS and Android app occupants can order heating for their space locally or remotely.
  • Eco switch for extra energy savings. When Eco-mode is on heating is automatically adjusted or switched off heating depending upon space occupancy patterns.
  • Using iBeacon technology occupants can elect to share their office occupancy data with other selected collogues.
  • A facility management user interface with rich visualisation of floor heat distribution, heating energy used per day, subjective ratings of spaces, and space occupancy rates.

Moderated by : Sylvain Bosquet

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