New low-cost (£100) battery powered wireless sensors offer the prospect of monitoring workspace parameters in fine detail.
This study examines the practicality of deployment for non specialists and the data generated.
We look at CO2, Volatiles, comfort parameters such as temperature, humidty, light. How these measurements interact with space occupancy and motion is also shown.
The technology used is LoRaWan.
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Rethinking the Network
In this paper, we examine recent changes affecting network management in Flexspace. That is, the technology that connects users (Wi-Fi and Switches), and the simpler way customers now use their connections. The impact on costs, operations and the viability of smaller types of Flexspace becomes clear.
This is an opportunity to both slash costs and automate – and make possible smaller and pop-up locations.
TFI is delighted to join the Flexible Space Association or Flexsa as a service partner. Flexsa is the only trade association in the UK for the flexible space industry representing both operators and also the industry’s supply chain.
Tony Freeth has been involved with Flexsa (and its forerunner the BCA) since 2000 and TFI looks forward to participating again for the benefit of members. Trade Associations such as Flexsa, GWA and GCUC play an important role in advancing the industry and particularly in assisting new entrants to find their feet and learn from members’ collective wisdom.
Called “Fix the Future“ As a benefit to Flexsa members, TFI is happy to provide 2 hours free advice to any Flexsa member.
Just contact us here or leave a message on +44 0203 404 4982
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Fix the Future
TFI is offering a free ‘Fix the Future’ chat to FlexSA members. This is a chance to discuss your technology concerns with someone independent – that is, someone other than your technology suppliers!
‘The technology in-tray for Flex operators has never been fuller. Workspaces today operate on 25, even 50, different software applications ranging from CRMs to automated infrastructure to KPI reporting. Technologies such as user apps, integrated access control, sensors, roaming communications, and environmental management increasingly build better user experiences and thus your brand.
Meanwhile the very fabric of communications is being torn up, with 5G and private networks that make the old-style Internet look very simple indeed.
But today’s problems intrude. Often you just want to make what you have work better and so take the load off your staff.
A chat with TFI can just be a second opinion, help with suppliers, contracts or product selection, an audit, and even some research for your possible expansion plans.
Consultations are for an hour or so, and TFI will draft you a short consultant’s report. The time and report are given free.
“Fix the Future” offers operators a chance to discuss what’s on your mind now… and perhaps identify what should be on your mind for the future.’
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While Huawei 5G is in the news, Ericsson moves on with 100 contracts in pace and 56 live 5G networks. Updated
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A new concept to me… this article asks if we need a ‘cyber fallout shelter’, positing that absolute cyber defence is impossible. The author doesn’t really answer his own question, nor indeed what such a shelter might look like. But it does throw down a challenge that I think few CIOs could answer.
Roger Cochetti’s background includes VP at Versign and Director at CITA.
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