ITEA is the Eureka Cluster on software innovation
ITEA is the Eureka Cluster on software innovation


Adaptive Office

Project description

In current office environments employees express dissatisfaction with their (shared) office design, which risks harming their health, well-being, productivity and social relations. So-called ‘adaptive’ workplace technologies try to manage these risks by automating a wide range of architectural building services, such as smart glass, lighting, acoustics, furniture. However, these adaptive technologies require the continuous tracking of the workplace, tend to work independently from one another, are controlled by average human comfort levels, and lack concrete evidence on their impact on health and well-being. In this project, we propose that adaptive office technologies instead should estimate risky office situations by combining automated with voluntary data, are controlled by the personal preferences of workers, and that their impact should be objectively measurable. More specifically, to improve occupant satisfaction and at the same time optimise office occupancy and energy consumption, we will design an innovative and user-centered office management concept and platform featuring methods & systems for monitoring office parameters and collecting contextual user data and feedback, analytical modules turning these into insights on user health & well-being, and applications for data-driven, evidence-based office design, management and control.

Project leader

Osman Tufan Dogan
Innova, Türkiye
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