Lights & Sensors
With STEINEL sensors, we have revolutionised the world of lighting. Now our sensors are conquering new worlds. They are making buildings intelligent and even leaving them to make their own decisions. Whether resource-saving energy consumption, rational use of space or targeted deployment of staff – our sensors are at the centre of new Building Intelligence solutions.
Office & Workspaces
Energy Efficient & Healthier Workspaces
Comfort and indoor climate in a building play an important role. Tiredness, eye irritations, headaches and dizziness are the consequences of a poor air quality inside rooms. On-demand ventilation prevents SBS (Sick Building Syndrome). True CO2, humidity, VOC and temperature measurement generate a perfect indoor climate. Illness-related absences and concentration difficulties are reduced.
True Presence Multisensor
Human vital signs detection, temperature, humidity, air pressure, volatile organic compounds (VOC), CO2 concentration as well a brightness. Available in KNX & IP
True Presence Ø 9 m
high frequency sensor 360°
Sensor technology that organizes meeting rooms exactly the way we want
Flexibility and mobility are the defining factors of modern everyday office life. This calls for innovative office-space concepts that permit the flexible use of rooms and provide meeting and conference areas that can be booked on a one-off basis.
Whether people work or simply spend time in it, they want a space that meets their expectations on comfort and convenience. This is where innovative building automation can help to meet all manner of demands on an environment that is ideal for all parties and comes with the lowest possible energy and maintenance costs.
Using intelligent technologies, all of the factors that determine people’s sense of well-being in a room are easily addressed. In addition to this, an intelligent building can also make a contribution to people’s safety and health.
With cutting-edge technology, INTELLIHUB permits innovative building automation that makes the way people work, and the spaces they work in, both future-proof and efficient.
The right room for every meeting.
Despite digitalisation and home offices, meeting rooms in the analogue office are in demand. Before every meeting, the search and booking for a suitable room must be managed. The number of meeting rooms is usually limited. In addition, spontaneous changes of the appointment, the participants or even the cancellation of the planned meeting make booking more difficult.
With the Smart Workspace solution, not only the organization of meetings becomes easier and valuable working time is saved. The utilization of the available space can also be analyzed and potential savings can be defined.
As an optical sensor, the HPD2 detects whether and how many persons are in a meeting room.
Finding rooms the easy way
Sensor data helps staff find available and suitable rooms in real time. Digital-signage screens, the web portal or the assistance bot can be used for this purpose. Members of staff save precious working time in looking for rooms.
The HPD2 tells the system when a booked meeting room is not being used. A chatbot reminds the meeting organiser that the room is booked. If the meeting room is no longer needed, it can be made available again. This avoids no-show reservations.
Digital signage at every meeting room. The display shows whether and how long the room is being used for. Spontaneous room bookings can be made directly via display.
As an optical sensor, the HPD2 detects whether and how many persons are in a meeting room. A single HPD2 can watch over a room with up to 100 m² of floor space.
Flexible rooms and appointments: reservations can be made from anywhere with the web-based solution.
Giving people the opportunity to choose when and where to set up their workstation.
Particularly in large cities, office space is scarce and expensive. At the same time, digital workplaces and the wish to work from home play a key part in dimensioning the space.
A Smart Workspace FlexDesk solution can organise places for its staff to work at based on the data provided by the HPD2 optical sensor, staff look for a vacant workstation via app. By analysing usage data, office space can be optimised and utilised in the best possible way, reducing running costs.
“The HPD2 shows us data from the past that we can use to make decisions for the future.”
Bastian Emondts, Manager Campana & Schott
The HPD2 optical sensor detects how many people are present in a given area. Here, it is possible to divide an area of up to 100 m² into as many as 10 zones.
Key figures on space utilisation in a building
Using a web-based application, the Smart Workspace solution collates data on how building capacities are utilised. The key figures can be provided for the entire building, for each floor and also by room type, and displayed on standardised dashboards. This identifies potential savings at a glance.
Even on the way to work, staff can look for a vacant workstation via app. They get search assistance from a chatbot.
The sensor data from the HPD2 helps staff to find an available workstation straight away. It detects how many people are present in a given area. An area of up to 100 m² can be divided up into as many as 5 zones.
Data on the actual use of space is analysed by software and provides a basis for making decisions on necessary space optimisation.