What is True Occupancy?
True Occupancy is an occupancy monitoring system that provides real time occupancy and space utilization data for everywhere that matters to you.
Drive strategic decisions using a range of intelligent sensor solutions – from desk to room to building – all backed-up with globally trusted device management, simple visualization tools and open integration with leading BMS and workplace systems.
One occupancy monitoring system. Multiple uses.
Trusted by global businesses
Occupancy monitoring made easy
Step 1. Occupancy sensors
The True Occupancy sensors are strategically deployed throughout your building to measure people's movement. Our occupancy measuring technology provides reliable and accurate insight into space utilization without compromising privacy or anonymity, so you can make better use of every available square foot on your premises.
Step 2. Data platform
True Data, our custom platform, handles all the complexities of receiving captured occupancy data and aligning it with your building's layout.
With patented end-of-day error correction and remote device management tools, our platform is the brains of the True Occupancy solution, allowing for easy data interpretation and integration.
Step 3. Insights and integrations
Harness the power of reliable occupancy data for cost reductions, improved user experience, space optimization and enhanced smart building automation.
From building management systems (BMS) to hoteling and desk booking systems, the open nature of our cloud-based True Data platform allows for a range of useful integrations that deliver immediate and long-term value.
Uses for occupancy monitoring
Enhanced hygiene and efficient space management help employees feel confident and secure in their workplace environment. Occupancy sensors provide real-time data that can be used to prevent overcrowding as well as automate use-based sanitization tasks for washrooms or other shared facilities. Enable a safe return to the workplace.
Building and space utilization
Does a space fulfil its intended purpose? Strategic decision-makers need reliable insights into space utilization. Accurate occupancy data can enable critical cost-saving decisions that also improve the experience of occupants, employees, and visitors to a building. Measure building and space utilization.
Meeting room rightsizing
Meeting rooms and shared-use spaces must provide value and utility to employees. Analysis of accurate historical occupancy data can help determine what size and type of space will most benefit employees' experience and potentially reduce operational costs. Occupancy monitoring can empower facilities management teams to make confident decisions about space rationalization and optimization. Optimize your meeting rooms.
Open area and space monitoring
The new flexible workplace environment demands more innovative thinking and a people-centric approach to design and layout. Occupancy sensors can help decision-makers understand the utilization of open plan and unconstrained areas to ensure these spaces continue to enhance productivity and support employees. Understand how your space is used.
Anonymous utilization data collected by occupancy sensors can help facilities managers structure demand-based cleaning schedules that help organizations maintain a high level of hygiene in washrooms and restrooms. Ultimately, this leads to optimized consumption of resources and more efficient sanitization of key shared spaces. Enhance your restroom management.
Desk management and hoteling
Modern, agile offices support flexible work patterns. Employees can reserve desks and resources to suit the requirement, allowing for more efficient use of office space. Occupancy sensors can send live updates to booking systems, providing an accurate overview of space availability; this eliminates friction from the booking process and enhances employee productivity. Improve desk management and utilization.
Energy and HVAC optimization
Occupancy monitoring can be utilized to dynamically automate control of HVAC and lighting systems, enabling a real-time response to changes in occupancy levels. The result is reduced costs attributed to lighting and heating, a smaller carbon footprint, and a more comfortable environment for employees. Enhance your restroom management.
Improve employee experience
Employees are drawn to forward-thinking organizations that prioritize ethical business practices and employee health and well-being. Occupancy data can enable live desk and room availability management, wayfinding, improved sanitization, demand-based cleaning, and optimization of service scheduling to create a more people-centric environment. Boost the employee experience.
From providing insights and best practices, to real world examples and use cases, our occupancy data guides will help you discover the true power of occupancy data and occupancy analytics.