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Workplace utilization report

Curious to understand how and where a smart office solution can create value in your organization? Get your free ROI report and find out!

How to make better use of office space

An in-depth look at the reasons behind inefficient use of real estate, the cost, and what can be done to improve.

Office Workplace Survey 2017

A survey of US office workers and their workplace, with regards to finding places, colleagues and other points-of-interest in their workplace.

Mobile First in the Smart Office

How will we interact with these smart buildings in the near future? What will the touch points be when everything is connected?

The Changing Workplace

The challenges facing modern corporations and how location technologies can alleviate issues in the office.

Indoor Positioning 101 Popular

Indoor positioning is the technology to position smartphones inside buildings. Here you’ll get a solid insight of what IPS is, how it works, and where it is used.

Featured from the blog

Some of our most popular posts on the blog

The Multi-Generational Office

The implications of the multi-generational office will cause a paradigm shift in the corporate world. But to understand what it means, and how it impacts corporations, we need to understand the demographic forces at work.

Invisible technology, best technology

If you think about technology for a moment – what comes to mind? Computers? or smartphones? Perhaps something new and exciting like VR-goggles? The most obvious things that come to mind tend to be the most “visible” forms of technology. Here’s some food for thought: The best technologies are the invisible technologies.

Proximity vs True Location

At its core, technology that helps us understand where people and things are located inside buildings boils down to two basic concepts: either knowing when a user is in close proximity to a certain point, or being able to ascertain the user’s position regardless of his or her location within the building. The former relates to Proximity Systems and the latter to Indoor Positioning Systems (IPS).

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