At the Finnish Tax Administration, indoor air quality analytics were explained to the personnel with the aid of the 720° solution. Enhanced understanding of indoor quality has allowed for problems to be addressed more effectively. There has also been a decrease in unnecessary service requests.
The desire was to reach the highest possible indoor air classification to maintain customer satisfaction. Consequently, Lindström Invest had 720° indoor air monitoring installed in its business park located in Kalasatama.
The importance of ventilation was highlighted when the utilization rate of office premises increased and spaces were modified to suit the needs of companies. The solution presented itself through continuous indoor air monitoring, as well as the transparency of the measuring results between the tenants of the business park and the property owners.
Noise levels decreased, work satisfaction increased. Tieto Plc’s indoor climate is now being monitored by the artificial intelligence-based 720° solution, conducting real-time measurements of, for instance, the decibel levels in the space and the proportion of speech in the noise, temperature fluctuations, and material emissions.
Helen had used a variety of facility monitoring & management systems, which measured only temperature, relative humidity, and carbon dioxide. When they took the 720° solution for the first time in use in October 2015, Helen noticed quickly that this is the first system that offers real-time data about the indoor air quality.