We are nearing halfway through 2021, and things are constantly evolving.
Over the past year, organizations faced new challenges and needs for implementing indoor location services at their physical spaces. Today, as more people are getting vaccinated and more organizations plan to reopen their offices, it is imperative to maximize workplace safety while utilizing space utilization insights to drive operational efficiencies.
Cisco DNA Spaces, with its ecosystem partner IBM TRIRIGA, allows organizations to meet those needs. Cisco DNA Spaces and IBM TRIRIGA Building Insights (TBI) provide a platform for organizations to collect and connect data from multiple occupancy sensing technologies for workplace insights. The joint solution delivers building, floor, and space level utilization insights which helps space planners effectively understand when and how spaces are being occupied. As a result, planners can better manage allocated spaces, re-purpose underutilized spaces, adopt flexible workspace layouts, and improve workplace safety.
In the latest episode of the Network Insider podcast, Cisco DNA Spaces Product Manager Nathan Eagles chats with IBM TRIRIGA Product Manager Samantha O’Neill, to discuss how the joint solution helps organizations create safer and smarter workplaces, during the pandemic and beyond.
In addition to discussing what the needs of today’s workplaces are, the conversation will cover:
- Cisco DNA Spaces & IBM TRIRIGA partnership
- Changing landscape of the workplace
- Space utilization use cases
- Benefits of real-time occupancy monitoring
- IoT sensors for analyzing occupancy
- Future plans
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