Human Building Interaction
Buildings and workspaces are designed to enable people to perform their duties in a space most suited to achieving their goals efficiently. What if a building reacted to the realtime needs and wants of its occupants? What if the occupants of the building were actively engaged in the performance of the building systems, to increase their efficiency?
This is human building interaction; data has the power to transform our workplaces and at Hereworks, we are helping companies to use new and existing control systems and embrace the safe data & gathering technology to vastly improve the human and building performance.
The real value for companies is in integrating all systems and gathering data on how the people and building interact with one another. The data is then utilised to greatly enhance the efficient use of space, yield massive energy savings while at the same time improving user experience, productivity and increasing satisfaction among occupants.
By directing people to areas of the building that suits occupants’ individual preferences it can even be utilised to benefit employees’ happiness and well being by better responding to their needs. We use this collected data to measure a buildings “Happiness score” that influences building system operations directly and enables employers to make the structural changes to increase happiness and efficiency in the building.