COVID-19 has upended working life, changing how and where people do their jobs. With governments across the globe starting to ease restrictions and encouraging the reopening of businesses to restore the world economy, health and safety at work is top priority for organizations. Technology plays a central role in enabling employees to safely return to their office buildings; however, it's not as easy as flipping a switch. Organizations are now challenged by the juggling act of managing which employees come to the office and when. This includes notions of access to the facilities and providing sufficient space to move in a safe manner. Add to that the complexity of visitors, visiting employees, contractors, vendors and all the capacity management, temperature scanning and other processes required and you have an overwhelming acute need for landlords to track ‘people flows’ in their buildings in real-time.
This session will discuss how you can unify your people flows into a single view across multiple ‘smart office’ technologies, how you can work across contexts like parking to building lobby to office, and how to coordinate across siloed departments like HR, Physical Security, IT and Property Management.