Health & Wellbeing

Healthy & productive working environment

With optimal temperature, humidity and air quality control based on occupancy, you can organise workspaces to allow a safe and comfortable return to work for staff.

Our challenge

Provide a healthy, comfortable and productive work environment based on real and forecasted occupancy

The solution: When you know how many people are using your building and where they are, you can adjust temperature and air quality in real time.

Our system can predict drops in air quality levels and, fully integrated with your BMS, responds to proactively increase or decrease ventilation, heating and cooling based on real time  occupancy. This provides a consistent level of comfort and well-being which helps maximise employees’ productivity. Not to mention the feel-good effect of knowing you work in a sustainable building where no energy is wasted.

Did you know…

Exposure to high levels of CO2, such as those seen in the before graph, can reduce cognitive and decision-making performance dramatically by 50% or more.

Results: 40% reduction in logged comfort complaints, improvements in their overall air quality – reducing viral risk and increasing productivity. Even balance of energy efficiency, indoor air quality and comfort.

“The FCU control strategy reduced drafts when spaces were less occupied, and was able to balance the building. Number of verbal complaints received by FM teams dropped from 5 daily, to only a few per week.” British Gas

See how British Gas received 40% less temperature complaints from building users with LightFi.

Our challenge

Help office managers monitor and improve the office environment

The solution: Our wireless sensors detect occupancy and air quality levels and monitor environmental conditions that increase the risk of viral infection transmission within any or every room in your building. This helps employees and office managers identify areas which see more risk and take action to improve the indoor environment, ensuring employees can work in ideal COVID-safe surroundings from 9 to 5.

Did you know…

When you exhale you release CO2 into the air. This can lead to CO2 levels quickly rising in indoor spaces depending on the ventilation and occupancy level. Understanding and minimising indoor CO2 levels is crucially important for our health (SAGE) and productivity (Harvard).

Results: As a result of proactive real-time response to air quality levels, there is a reduced risk of viral infection transmission indoors.

Employees are able to manage their own air quality and report feeling better and more confident to return to the office.   

See how our clients are offering tenants optimal workspaces adhering to COVID guidelines with LightFi

Did you know…

Better indoor air quality means 30% less employee absenteeism from work (Building and Environment Journal, 2017)

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