Smart buildings and technologies are changing the workplace as we know it.
The Internet of Things, sensor technology, robotics and new outsourcing models are allowing us to increase cost-efficiency while at the same time developing more personalised and user-optimised user journeys and workplace experiences.
The adoption of these new technologies requires a new way of thinking about both workplace and building management.
Cognitive and face-recognition technologies can provide service and building professionals with insights to user specific needs such as nutrition (allergies), level of meeting activity and preferred ways of working. All together ensuring that the workplace experience automatically can be adapted to the individual preferences at each step in the user journey.
How it works in real-life? Watch this video featuring speakers from IBM Watson, Ricoh, CIFS, Frost & Sullivan and more.