Wireless connectivity is so common we take it for granted--so it's easy to overlook the role it can play in understanding occupancy. At Lambent, our goal is to turn this overlooked source into data gold for space planning. This post answers common questions around how wireless signals lead to the occupancy insights.
Wi-Fi’s Role in Space Planning
Wireless connectivity is so common we take it for granted--so it's easy to overlook the role it can play in understanding occupancy. At Lambent, our goal is to turn this...
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