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A new sensor has been designed to help make office environments happier and more productive. The sensor monitors the activity levels in the room, and can then alter certain factors such as temperature or lighting to help employees who may be feeling unproductive, bored or tired.

The sensor has been considered revolutionary, and has said it could transform the way employees could perceive their workplace.

The sensor gives power back to the employees, focusing on the wellbeing of the staff over the state of the space.

It was designed under the impression that if a workspace could be designed to work around the employees and to suit their needs, office work would never be considered as mundane and lifeless as previous times.

By constantly monitoring the environment in the office, the way the space is being used compared to the employees emotional and physical wellbeing, the office has the chance to react and further increase productivity and boost moods.

It is not a surprise that office furniture and technology has a big impact on the lifestyle of an office employee. With studies showing colourful d├ęcor and furniture fit for the individual having the most productive and happy staff, this sensor could further improve office environments as a whole.

Yorkshire Office Group are an office furniture suppliers, who focus on providing offices in the Yorkshire area with beneficial and worthwhile office products. Situated in Yorkshire, we have given our many years of service to offices all over, including providing office furniture in Leeds, office supplies in Wakefield and bespoke reception furniture in Huddersfield.

For more information on how we can help your office gain productivity and boost employees emotional welfare through office furniture contact us on 01924 888 800.


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