WORKPLACE TECHNOLOGY + THE RETURN TO THE OFFICE
Highlighting the positive impact technology can have on space design that supports on-site teams and remote workers.
A curated selection of solutions from INDEAL Brand Partners that highlight the positive impact technology can have on the comprehensive approach to space design that supports on-site teams and remote workers operating from workplace hubs, home, or wherever it is they get the job done.
Consider touchless door entry, air filtration throughout, and autonomous cleaning solutions to support a healthier workplace.
Digital signage, integrated throughout the environment, provides direction on individual or collaborative space availability, workspace density, and other wellness and company-related information.
Real-time space utilization sensors and data reporting enable facility managers to identify high usage times for individual and group workspaces and better direct cleaning and disinfecting needs for high usage areas.
Consider touch-free wellness checkpoints and temperature scanning kiosks for employee and visitor entry points. Sanitation stations support hygiene, and smart wearables enable automatic doors, minimizing touchpoints.
Leverage cloud-based room scheduling technology to manage workplace density and track high usage spaces for cleaning or duplication based on increased demand for specific space configurations.
Integrated social distancing sensors can help collaborators maintain optimal gaps between each other in groups of two or more. Movable floor-based screens enable workers to control physical and visual privacy in open floorplans.
Furnishings, room design, and technology combine to support efficient and effective collaboration between on-site and hybrid teams. Collaborators benefit from table shapes, such as oval, teardrop, or triangular, that provide a clear view of participants, both onsite and remote.
As more workers bring their own devices to meetings, room technology needs to be agnostic and provide easy access to power and wireless connections. Digital whiteboard technology enables note-taking and team sharing both on-site and remotely, along with quick recaps with participants post-meeting.
Humans instinctively need connection. Social and relaxation spaces in the new workplace should enable that connection, supported with low or no-touch or voice-enabled technology for hospitality, relaxation, and respite spaces.
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INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY FOR THE WORKFORCE AND WORKPLACE
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