We improve what we measure
We’re able to improve workplace wellbeing by measuring the indoor climate and work environment with sensor data.
We measure multiple aspects continuously: temperature, humidity, air quality, light & sound levels, and so on. We compare the sensor data with the ideal benchmark, allowing managers to instantly see if there’s any room for improvement.
From May to September, the ideal temperature to work in lies between 21 to 25 °C.
From October to April, the ideal temperature to work in lies between 20 to 24 °C.
CO2 Air quality
The ideal air quality to work in ranges between 0 to 1000 pieces of CO2 ppm (per million air particles).
The amount of water vapor in the air in a comfortable work environment lies between 30 and 70%.
The ideal amount of light at your individual workspace lies between 490 and 510 LUX.
The ideal amount of sound at your individual workspace lies below 60 decibels.
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