The future of hybrid work

Not everything can be controlled from your home office, but a lot can. Going forward, hybrid work is looking to become the new standard, driving change in how we work and use different buildings. Are you prepared for change?
  • Maria Sotberg




Hybrid work
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Recently, office buildings have been more or less empty, office rents are decreasing, and more people are seeing great benefits from continuing to work from home. How flexible is your building when working patterns vary day by day?

When 50 becomes 10

How many people are in the building – or rather: how many are not there – plays a big role in managing indoor climate and energy use. A good tip is to not heat the whole building if there are only a few in one area. Maybe you can also put the brakes on the ventilation system without compromising the indoor climate. 

An advantage of IWMAC is that it is easy to adjust and customize the building. With IoT sensors, you can add new technology to an existing system without spending money on wiring and installation. Money saved is money earned, especially when you can make existing automation even smarter. 

Energy-saving made easy

There is already plenty to think about without adding energy costs to the list. Many people find it challenging to keep track of energy costs, energy use, and optimization of the technical setup of the building. With an energy monitoring system, the job becomes a little easier. Then you can be sure that you don't use more energy than necessary. 

Because when your electricity bill needs to be taken care of, you shouldn't have to be on-site to make a change. Why not let IWMAC's intelligent SCADA system be in control? If you weigh up the energy costs, the investment probably pays for itself. 

It makes moving the office several miles away a little easier, right?

Want to create the most flexible building going forward?