Occupancy sensors give managers access to information about specific areas within their buildings and when people or animals are present. Additionally, these sensors can automatically trigger events depending on the room that they are present in.
Why use Occupancy Sensors
Having occupancy sensors can automatically trigger lights to be turned on in order to save electricity.
In order to ensure that monies don’t get wasted, organisations can utilise occupancy sensors to notify them of which rooms within their building have been used and thus only deploy cleaning staff to those respective rooms.
By having access to the number of people in a room, HVAC systems can be automatically triggered to comply with requirements as mandated by law.