Smart buildings can do more than cut your energy bills

Microsoft adopted a data-driven approach for it’s Amsterdam headquarters redesign. It tracked the use of meeting rooms and communal areas for six months. The data led to a 25 per cent reduction in the amount of space required. Employees now use an app to locate colleagues and book a wide range of workspaces, including and silent zones. Sensors measure occupancy, temperature, humidity, light and noise levels. Mr Williams says: “We’ve completely redesigned the way we work.”

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