The Core Components Of A Connected Workplace Ecosystem

July 23, 2020 by Inpixon
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IoT will play a significant role in any robust back to work strategy - leveraging mobile apps, connected devices, and networks to:

  • Track, monitor, and optimize usage patterns
  • Enhance employee safety
  • Connect to security protocols and procedures
  • Make the workplace even more connected 

Changes are already underway and we are yet to discover all the potential ways in which technology will enable the immediate return to work and the future of the workplace itself. 

Immediate use cases for creating a connected workplace ecosystem through IoT powered solutions will address the following core components:

  1. Remote Access and Touchless Interactions
  2. Space Management
  3. Health & Communications
  4. Workplace Monitoring and Contact Tracing

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Office sensors, mobile apps, beacons, access points, digital badges, wearables, smart devices, and other types of technologies will be the drivers for creating this interconnected web of machines. 

The goal here is a safe, well-organized workplace.

Here's a quick look at these core components of a workplace ecosystem and the impact they will have: 


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