Officemanager unveils the MOS

March 29, 2024

Officemanager has introduced the first edition of its Meetingroom Occupancy Sensor (MOS), a cutting-edge device designed specifically for monitoring meeting spaces. This intelligent sensor offers comprehensive insights into room utilization and performance, empowering companies to optimize their environments for maximum productivity and comfort.

The versatility of the MOS extends to both internal meeting rooms and innovative space-in-space solutions like BOW ( With BOW's adaptable system, spaces can be easily reconfigured to align with usage data, ensuring they cater precisely to the needs of the workforce. Unlike traditional meeting rooms that necessitate costly and cumbersome construction for modifications, BOW offers a flexible alternative that can swiftly adapt to evolving requirements.

The synergy between BOW and Officemanager presents a seamless solution for optimizing workspace efficiency and functionality. Leveraging the actionable data provided by the MOS sensor, companies can tailor spaces to accommodate various types of work, whether it's one-on-one sessions, collaborative brainstorms, focused individual work, or high-level board meetings.

To delve deeper into the features and benefits of the MOS sensor, download our product brochure from the link below.

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