Hacker Noon April 15, 2021

Using the Internet of Things (IoT) for a smart office, businesses aim to make workplaces safer and reduce costs while companies rebuild lost revenue caused by the pandemic.

IoT allows us to measure and control temperature, CO2 and humidity, and creates the optimum working environment for each employee, cutting down the energy consumption.

Smart inventory is one of the most time-saving IoT integrations that companies can add to their offices. Smart office security solutions are based on voice and face recognition. These solutions are useful for office reopening in the post-COVID era.

An overview of an engineering approach to building a smart office ecosystem and IoT security concerns for smart office applications.

The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted businesses in ways...

Topics: Healthcare System, IoT (Internet of Things), Public Health, Technology
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