How InnerSpace gives you space utilization insights with no additional hardware

No matter where your company is in its lifecycle, work is constantly evolving. Is your office space evolving with it?

InnerSpace brings superior space utilization insights with no additional hardware. Our technology allows you to maximize real estate investment by optimizing for exceptional employee experience, efficiency and productivity.

Our industry-leading analytics reveal deeper insights to fuel smarter decisions in your space today and going forward, allowing you to reimagine a smarter workplace from the inside out.

Data-Driven Insights For The Workplace

InnerSpace’s technology utilizes the hardware you already have in your office and leverages your Wi-Fi to provide you with robust, data-driven insights into how your space is being used today. Within 24 hours we can be up and running in your space, almost immediately providing best-in-class insights to help you make smarter decisions with a vibrant picture of how individuals and teams interact, navigate, and use your space. 

Beyond the people counting that sensor-based solutions offer, InnerSpace’s data can help you get to the heart of how your space is being used, with market-leading accuracy.

Insights in action: The Conference Room

Imagine you’re trying to understand how a conference room on the third floor is being used. It seems to be busy, while one on the second floor seems quieter.

You check the booking log and it confirms what you’re thinking. It is in use a lot more, especially on Tuesdays and Thursdays; it’s booked solid. What you’re not sure of is why the third floor one is more in demand.

Enter InnerSpace.

We begin collecting data immediately, and from that data, we’re able to share a few important insights, including those bookings in the third-floor meeting room that usually have six to eight people in them, whereas bookings on the second-floor had two to three people in them. When we looked further, we were able to deduce that the third-floor meeting room was a more collaborative space, and the second-floor meeting room felt more like a one-on-one space due to the layout and furniture type, and many of those types of meetings had gone virtual.

These insights supported larger collaborative spaces going forward, which was confirmed by the Tuesday and Thursday bookings, which were the days the marketing director is usually in, along with their team.

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