WTC Schiphol


A hub of international commerce, the World Trade Center at Schiphol Airport is host to some of the world’s most recognizable companies. WTC Schiphol uses sensors to monitor the occupancy of meeting rooms and leisure facilities, ensuring greater efficiency in space utilization.

Trivago


Known as one of Germany’s most successful startups, Trivago is a multinational technology company specialized in internet-related services and products in the fields of hotels, lodging and metasearch. The company uses sensors to monitor meeting room occupancy, improving efficiency in office space usage.

Rawligion


Rawligion is one of London’s premium food retail outlets, specializing in vegan, raw and allergen-free food and beverages. Delivering fresh, high-quality ingredients is at the core of Rawligion’s business model. This means that ingredients are never heated above 42 degrees Celsius, to ensure that the finished food or drink product has retained maximum nutritional value. Rawligion uses sensors to monitor significant changes in conditions in refrigerators, freezers and food preparation areas in real-time. Sensory data enables Rawligion to actively increase inventory life and prevent losses of its fresh produce limited life-shelf time. 

GGZ Noord-Holland-Noord


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.