Promotion: the founders of Butlr, an occupancy-sensing platform that captures in real-time the presence and movement of people within a space, said that the data the platform harvests can be used to revolutionise the workplace.
Named as one of the 100 most promising Technology Pioneers of 2022 by the World Economic Forum, Butlr uses thermal sensors and machine learning technology to build insights on space occupancy, utilisation and activity while being physically incapable of collecting any personal information.
It is currently used across 300 different locations around the globe, including offices and coworking spaces as well as universities and senior living homes in the US, Europe and Asia.
"Our credibility comes from architecture, sensing and technology, but it's not technology for its own sake," said Butlr CEO, Honghao Deng. "It's about building intelligence."