Solution - 720°

When indoor air quality becomes a priority and is maintained at a high level, the value of the property increases.

Information is collected from the smallest changes in the air quality

  • 720° Analytics automatically detects the following issues; material emission, low relative humidity, recurring odors, rapid fluctuations in temperature, high occupancy, disturbing noise and more. Noise can be an issue especially in open offices. This is why we use noise sensors that measure not only decibels, but also human speech through the Voice Activity Detection algorithm.
  • Combining modern technology such as Internet of Things with the world of indoor quality measurements creates opportunities that are not limited by laboratories. Indoor air quality monitoring allows us to see the movement of particles and compounds in every monitored space, which allows for noticing improvement areas much quicker than other methods.

720° Analytics view interprets the details in the data

  • The data collected for far by 720° would require five PhD’s 128 years to analyse. 720° performs this task in five seconds. The added benefit is a higher consistency and precision.
  • Properties can be benchmarked to the development of other properties, eliminating the effects of seasonal changes.
  • Properties can be compared based on the indoor environmental quality data from sensors as well as the feedback collected from occupants.
  • Benchmarked data helps make better decisions in order to improve the environment as well as increase the satisfaction among occupants.
  • The full history of the property is seen since the start of the cooperation with 720° and can be compared with national and international data averages to know exactly how your property performs

720° Display enables excellent communication

  • Excellent communication is one of the first steps necessary to prevent an escalation of possible issues.
  • 720° Display shows a general view of the facility in real time and a Heatmap, that allows occupants themselves to find a workspace that is suitable to their temperature preference.
  • Improved communication decreases unawareness and thus increases satisfaction. Unawareness regarding indoor air and indoor environmental quality is one of the biggest issues in the industry. We notice daily how small issues related to the air quality actually bother people less than not having any information regarding the issue. Instead of waiting months for an update on the situation, it is available to you from the 720° Display instantly.

720° Analytics view interprets the details in the data

  • In the analytics view all the insights automatically produced by 720° are visible.
  • 720° Analytics sends messages with suggestions to facility stakeholders, when it detects issues such as material emissions of thermal comfort is not meeting criteria. It even alerts if there are recurring issues with disturbing noise, and suggests improvements based on the data.
  • 720° Analytics sends a message or recommendation straight to the analytics or your mail. This means that you do not have to read a ten page report to find out what you should do, the analytics tells you what to do, in the clearest of terms.

Decisionmaking and actions are more efficient

You will be able to make decisions and take action, as well as follow up on that action, immediately, without waiting for reports.

Monitoring the indoor environment prevents issues and improves quality in your facilities

  • The Indoor Environment Quality is improved
  • Your occupants are satisfied
  • Productivity improves as a result of better environmental quality
  • You move from a retroactive to a proactive way of working
  • The trust between the landlord and tenant increases
  • The property value is maintained

Monitoring the indoor environment prevents issues and improves quality in your facilities

Customer case studies

Finnish Tax Administration

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.

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Newsec – Opus Business Park

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.

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Helen Oy

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.

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Tieto Oyj

Tieto, one of Europe’s largest IT software and service providers, improved their employee’s comfort and overall satisfaction within its open office environment with 720° analytics.

Renewing work habits and environment played an important role in increasing the work satisfaction at Tieto. When Tieto renovated its offices in Oulu and Jyväskylä into multi-purpose office spaces, the company wanted firstly to address internal rumors of cold air with facts and secondly to understand what impact the higher concentration of people at work stations had on noise and carbon dioxide levels.

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“The staff has been very satisfied with the indoor air quality monitoring. Discussions witht he property owner have improved significantly, when there is actual data at hand, not just hearsay.”

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Is good indoor air quality a priority in your facilities?

This is how we can help

After our free investigation we will give you an analysis of the situation and an offer.

First results will be given to you within a few weeks depending on the size of the property.

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Karoliina Kajander
Director, Customers

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Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) Report, 2016; according to studies. 61% of the complaints are due to psychosocial influence – not caused by IAQ.

Lahtinen, M., Sundman-Digert, C. & Reijula, K. (2004). Psychosocial work environment and indoor air problems: a questionnaire as a means of problem diagnosis. Occup Environ Med, 61: 143-149.