The article discusses how DEAS, one of Denmark's leading property management companies, is using data-driven space planning to optimize its properties. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, remote working and virtual meetings have become the new norm in workplaces around the world.
As a result, DEAS has been using our occupancy sensors and analytics application to collect space usage data in their workspaces and analyze behavioral patterns. By doing so, they have been able to identify how the square meters are used and optimize them accordingly.
For instance, instead of finding more square meters for meeting rooms, they have optimized existing ones based on the data gathered overtime. Their analysis of the data has also helped them change the design criteria by working with the sizes of meeting rooms, their layout and the way in which square meters are used. By delving deeper into the data, DEAS is experimenting with varying inventory setups to push users' behavior in the rooms and encourage employee wellbeing.
To get the full story on how DEAS used data-driven space planning to better optimize their workspaces, be sure to check out the full article here (in Danish): https://pro.ing.dk/buildingtech/holdning/ved-du-hvordan-dine-kvadratmeter-performer