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Quick Guide to sensors white paper from Service Works Global (SWG)

The pace of technology is fast and unrelenting. Ideas identified as ‘the future’ of FM are now here and operational, such as machines that can tell they are not performing at peak efficiency, and employees being able to control everything in the office using a smartphone.

As such, there is a growing expectancy that a workplace should feature at least some of this technology. Recent reports have shown that using sensors can increase operational efficiency, improve employee satisfaction and reduce costs.

Service Works Global’s (SWG) new Quick Guide is an introduction to the basics, exploring what sensors are, what they are used for, and why they are becoming so popular in FM and across every industry in the world.

While sensors and the internet of things are increasingly in the global press, they are not yet actively on the radar of many organisations. However at the current rate of change, those not embracing technology risk getting left behind and this Quick Guide is a helpful, easy to understand introduction to the subject.

To request a complimentary copy of SWG’s Quick Guide to Sensors, click here, or contact us to find out how our CAFM software, QFM, can be integrated with sensors to improve efficiency across your workplace.

Quick Guide to Sensors Infographic by SWG

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