Smart spaces combine IoT devices, intelligent algorithms, business processes and services, into a single online platform to better control everything that is happening inside a given space.
What are Smart
A place where existing systems and devices with new IoT devices, it is possible to increase building efficiency from an Energy, Security, Facilities Management and user Engagement point of view.
Controlling access, locating employees and visitors, optimising facilities use, adjusting lighting and HVAC schedules, controlling security, monitoring cleaning and waste management, and providing new online services and tools to guarantee a better experience for occupiers.
Gartner, the leading business research and advisory firm, believes people-centric smart spaces will shape the way people live and the spaces they inhabit. Indeed they estimate that by 2023, there could be a 20X increase in smart (IOT) devices at the network edge.
By combining our integration tools and capabilities with best-in-class industry partners such as Kontakt, Innovatrics and Tridium we have already helped our customers turn their offices, airports, shops, hospitals, stations and even cities, into new smart spaces.
What makes us unique
We know you have plenty of choice in this market. Here are a couple of reasons why you may want to speak with us:
As the whole world begins to adopt new solutions to a series of new scenarios, Connectis’ Smart Spaces can offer a suite of technologies that can help managing our lives in the age of the new normal.
Improve the lives of landlords, facilities management, tenants and employees with smart solutions covering everything from access control, visitor management, cycle racks or car parking to room booking, energy management, fault report and hygiene control.
Contribute to improved patient care through the integration of facilities management, security devices, nurse call systems, patient medical devices and critical assets.
smart transport hub
Monitor passenger flows with beacons and smart devices in airports, coach and train stations, using machine learning to identify behaviour patterns to enable transport managers to make better-informed decisions.
Create a network of interconnected smart spaces (such as buildings, airports, hospitals and train stations) to provide citizens with a consistent, unified approach to book and access city services.