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Facility geo-management: more efficient buildings thanks to indoor location


Facility geo-management:

more efficient buildings

thanks to indoor location

Facility geomanagement for efficient buildings.

    Knowing what is happening at any given moment and in any given place. Responding to a change in dynamics or an emergency response. Coordinating a large team of mobile workers and ensuring maximum profitability. Obtaining daily conclusions on how the activity has been, translating them into objective data and looking for ways to improve. Ensuring that the end customer experience is optimal. Is it possible to achieve all this when coordinating large indoor spaces? Yes, and indoor geolocation is the key.

    Some professions measure their success by the low level of incidents or criticisms they generate. This is probably the case for Facility Managers (FMs), the people responsible for ensuring that everything runs smoothly in a large indoor space. We are talking about hospital complexes, factories, logistics centres, airports, hotels, convention centres, mixed-use buildings, administrations, offices, etc. The list is very long, like the number of large indoor spaces that are used for production or services.

    Ingoor and outdoor geolocation to improve the experience of both your staff and visitors

    Despite all this, there is a common framework for all Facility Managers. To ensure the smooth running of a vast indoor space it is essential to know what is happening, when and where. The constant use of every metre needs to be monitored and the personnel needs to be located and monitored in real-time. It may sound simple, but this is possibly one of the biggest challenges in these indoor spaces today.

    On the one hand, the staff tracking system makes it possible to take them to where they are needed at any given moment, increasing their efficiency. On the other hand, the indoor guidance solution allows all visitors to move around the building autonomously, reducing the number of information points or indicative signage (which is often misleading and cannot be updated when an unforeseen event happens).

    If you want to know more about how indoor geolocation contributes to better facility management, download this whitepaper using the form above and continue reading.

    What will you learn?

    How indoor geolocation can contribute to improving facility management services in a large building, be it a hospital, a shopping mall, a corporate building, a sports stadium…

    Why Situm is the best choice to achieve the best facility management experience while improving the stay of visitors to the building.

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