Staff members who wish to hold meetings can book conference rooms that are equipped with the latest technology, including touch-screen TVs, automatic blinds, and mobile app integrations.
The touch-screen TVs are especially useful during presentations. Employees can interact directly with the screen to make notes. All rooms may be booked remotely using a mobile app. This is an online cloud-based, real-time system, which prevents duplicate bookings and allows others to book the rooms they need if there are any no-shows.
There are also sensors to control the lights and motorised blinds for rooms with windows.
Creating a sustainable workplace with technology
To make the new office more sustainable, smart systems were installed that help conserve energy. For example, the new A.I. lighting system can self-adjust to the number of people in the room, and photo sensors are programmed to dim the perimeter lighting when there is enough daylight.
When it comes to day-to-day operations, all work desks are equipped with fast-charging capabilities. Phone calls are made via laptops and mobile apps, and a clean-desk policy means no equipment is left switched on overnight. Photocopiers have secure features that help to reduce paper waste.
All these features enable the organisation to intelligently negotiate optimal voltage, which then helps to provide energy savings, as energy transmission is more efficient throughout the organisation.
Other new features also include the use of smart lockers, which staff can unlock remotely using a mobile app.