What role does technology have in workplace performance and experience? How can technology help to facilitate workplace intelligence?
Over the past few months, we hosted a series of webinars to share our 10-point roadmap to guide organizations through their reentry into the physical workplace (http://bit.ly/PLASTARC-roadmap). We surveyed attendees of each session to identify workplace issues impacting their business, allowing us to see how these have changed over time. The shifts we saw convinced us that there has been a renewed emphasis on the role of technology within the built environment as a critical facilitator of health and wellbeing; in fact, most organizations will need to incorporate more technology into their workplace models than never before.
As the fourth panel discussion in our new series, this session will focus on means of establishing technological mechanisms that optimize building performance, enhance user experience (UX), and promote wellness. Leveraging topics introduced throughout the first three panels in the series regarding necessary shifts in workplace culture, protocols, and building systems, we will specifically discuss opportunities to increase workplace intelligence by strategically incorporating occupancy sensing and smart building technology into office environments. The conversation will also touch on emerging innovations related to touchless technology, contact tracing, and facility management.
Join us as we bring together experts and thought leaders with insights into technology design, Internet of Things (IoT), occupancy sensing/tracking, systems thinking, building performance, and artificial intelligence to identify key mechanisms for improving the intelligence of your workplace.