Invensol SAM
Reports

Make data-driven decisions about your workplace

SAM collects data from each module and generates different kinds of reports from gathered information that help you understand the processes within your organization. These reports are totally customizable, it's up to the client what kind of metrics will be measured. These reports are totally customizable, it's up to the client what kind of metrics will be measured.

Covid-safe office and social distancing New

With a possible infection, it's crucial to list the affected people in the organization as soon as possible and check their seating location to find out who else might be infected.

We released a special report in SAM, the Neighborhood report which allows you to filter by name and time period and it shows the employee's neighborhood in the office area.

With this report, you can identify the affected people in the organization as soon as possible and check their seating location to find out who else might be infected. The system generates a list weighted by the distance between the employees indicating how frequently the employees booked a desk in the infected person's neighborhood.

Coworker infection
Desk guard system for social distancing

We also added an algorithm to the system which automatically books every second seat (or more based on the user's preferences) in order to ensure social distance and minimize the physical contact between colleagues.

Display of sensor data

Occupancy sensors and analytics enable corporations to save operational costs, optimize workspace usage, and improve the employee experience.

These tools help analyze how building and office spaces are utilized. The sensors could monitor different areas within the office: the workstations, meeting rooms, or even the parking lots.

Parking sensor for SAM at a parking garage

How it works?

How it captures data

The sensors detect parking vehicles, then set the status to occupied or unoccupied. The status information is communicated through a radio connection to the hub. The hub collects this information from multiple sensors and transmits it to the cloud through the Ethernet network.

Placement

The sensors are so small, that could be discretely placed on the floor of the parking lot and not disruptive to employees. In addition, they are resistant to mechanical impact.

Installation

As the sensors are wireless, the installation and maintenance costs are minimal. The client can decide whether they want to apply the sensors temporarily or permanently.

Anonymised

During the parking booking no personal information is captured, simply illustrate the utilization, while GDPR requirements is guaranteed.

Power

They are optimized for low power consumption, each sensor has a built-in battery (battery life up to 10 years).

Cloud-based reporting dashboard

SAM gets the data through an API and visualizes them on the floor plan. Parking information is stored in the cloud (Amazon Web Services) , therefore always up-to-date. Occupancy data can be tracked in real-time or can be downloaded for the past.

Why choose occupancy sensors

  • Understand how building, floor space, meeting rooms, and desks are utilized across locations and teams
  • Data driven recommendations on how to optimize workspaces
  • Support activity-based and agile working practices
  • Manage the available spaces effectively and cut the operational costs
  • Reduce manual survey and human errors
  • Monthly parking history: the system creates report based on parking data of the previous month.
Parking sensor for SAM at a parking garage
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