The Dutch Association for Addiction and Mental Health leverages sensory to data optimize space and asset utilization. PIR and vibration sensors measuring room occupancy and computer usage generate a live occupancy floor map and analyze peak times and average use in an office with a flexible desk and room policy. The resulting increase in efficiency and reduction in excess capacity for over 100 rooms and over 1500 desktop computers has led to significant reduction in costs. With each desktop priced at €9,500 a year, 10% reduction in desktops leads to 650% Return on Investment. The sensory data was further leveraged to make a decision on floor space expansion, saving the company >500k Euros.