Offices look to AI as companies seek to attract smarter workers
Nowadays employees will not need a key to get into the office of the future when it opens in the Berlin this year, which features ample meeting space, plenty of copy machines which always stocked with the paper along with the high-quality air processed to maximize worker health.
Their smartphone will help you to guide them in a new workplace, and they may also need the assistance because they will not be going to have the permanent desks.
With the help of latest technology which is changing how and where we work, property developers are nowadays tapping into the artificial intelligence to create with a more sustainable workplace to help with the staff work more comfortably and efficiently.
Fierce competition for the hard work talent is turbo changing the trend in the country Berlin. While the city is used to be a bit of a business backwater, in the latest years, it has also been gained a reputation as a startup hub. With the office vacancy rates have tumbled to just 2 percent as rents are rocketing, which makes it an ideal place for developers to showcase these new offices.
Some of the property owners in Berlin are nowadays taking a cue from the Netherland, which is also home to several sustainable and intelligent office projects.
“The office building is the new company car. In my world, people do not want a car as a perk anymore. They look around and say, ‘This would be a nice place to work,'” said Martin Rodeck, executive managing director at EDGE Technologies Germany.
Both the offices are packed with a network of sensors that also helps to measure everything from the temperature, motion, and lighting to humidity and CO2 and are much more connected to a cloud platform.