COVID-19 is having immediate impacts on how commercial office spaces are designed and utilised. In particular hot-desking will no longer be practised and instead the focus on maintaining social distancing in the work space by monitoring the number of people in rooms and changing the layout of the work space the Australian Financial Review reports.
The Australian government has announced workplace safety protocols to help business return to work while maintaining COVID safe work places.
“The published protocols include information on physical distancing for staff and customers, guidelines on the use of protective equipment, emergency planning, health and illness monitoring, as well as hygiene and cleaning standards” – the AFR reports.
SAL Commercial is pleased to announce its commercial partnership with Levaux – the company
behind the leading workplace sensor technology. Levaux’s – SenseAgent brand
(https://www.senseagent.com), is a cloud based intelligent system for building asset management
and advanced workplace sensors.
Levaux has been listed as one of the fifteen start ups to watch in 2017, by Memoori.
SenseAgent is pioneering the Internet of Things innovation as a proudly Australian startup and has been highlighted by Artesian Capital Management in the Connected Smart Building Category.
SenseAgent is a cloud-based, building asset management system that uses wireless autonomous sensor agents embedded in and interacting within commercial spaces to provide a wealth of data.
The agenda comprises of two keynote speakers followed by a panel of security experts. Our two keynotes for this forum will be Scott Reid of Cisco Systems presenting on Smart Cities – Hype of reality? and Dr Simon Benson, Founder and CEO of Levaux on IoT Communication architectures – secure, reliable, ubiquitous
Gold Coast based startup Levaux is targeting the burgeoning Internet of Things market with a proprietary wireless mesh technology and associated software that it says provide considerable advantages over standards-based technologies.