The tool suite securely gathers and analyzes data from off-the-shelf IoT devices (such as smart lighting, sensors, locks, IP cameras, badge readers) to deliver actionable insights and predict availability of space. Through the solution’s machine learning capabilities, Arm says it can provide actionable data insights on space and resource usage, all of which work toward driving greater efficiencies and maximizing revenue. With these data insights, property managers could provide discounted pricing to customers for non-peak hours, offer the best and closest available working space, or reduce operating expenses related to energy, cleaning and lighting through a better understanding of usage and occupancy. Arm suggests the space analytics tool could be combined with its Indoor Lighting offering to reduce maintenance costs and provide energy savings, something the company wants to implement in its own Cambridge headquarters. Both Space Analytics and Indoor Lighting are available and can be purchased as standalone products.
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