Space Management Platform - Acuity Brands - Facility Management Product Release
Atrius Spaces is an Internet of Things (IoT) platform service that helps customers manage space utilization using a building’s occupancy data. Atrius Spaces, which includes a web application and an application programming interface (API), can be used to efficiently allocate and plan for spatial requirements, allowing building managers to optimize facility operations and budgets, as well as the overall management of a building or campus throughout its lifecycle.
Atrius Spaces converts occupancy data available from the Atrius Sensory Network (through nLight lighting controls from Acuity Brands) into a value-added building and business solution. The Atrius Spaces web application visually represents real-time usage of spaces and provides metrics based on historical data that identifies peak and average space utilization and types of spaces used within one or multiple buildings. Using optional Map Design and Site Audit services, building managers can access room, floor and building plans from any standard web browser at any time and from anywhere.
In addition, the Atrius Spaces platform service features an API that allows developers to easily integrate the service with existing customer tools and dashboards, or create different applications, making IoT integration easier to achieve.
The Atrius brand encompasses the entire portfolio of IoT business solutions from Acuity Brands. The Atrius framework delivers connectivity and intelligence to a space via an expansive network of smart LED lighting and controls and a software platform that gathers, unlocks and transforms raw data to enable a broad range of software solutions addressing critical business challenges.
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