Occupancy 

 

Atamate occupancy detection uses multiple sensors to determine occupancy in a room or zone.

Occupancy within ABOS is measured using the following sensors; CO2, PIR, humidity, light levels, temperature and information from devices such as lightswitches.

There are two main drawbacks of using PIR alone to measure occupancy. The first is ’false-off’ errors, i.e. the lights are switched off even if occupants are present. The second is that a PIR sensor is unable to detect multiple persons passing through the line of sight.

Each control app that subscribes to the sensor data has a different level of determining occupancy in a room.

 

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Atamate can also integrate other sensors to measure occupancy eg; under desk sensors

Using occupancy based controls and machine learning, Atamate have abstracted out the complexity of building services control. User interfaces (if needed) are very simple for occupants and data is provided for management in real time or batched.

All building types

Zero Carbon Buildings
New Build
  • Occupancy based control
  • Low capital cost
  • Easy to use
  • Simple installation
  • Retrofittable
  • Low running cost
  • Machine learning aided efficiency
  • Suitable for off site construction

 

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ENTRY

Improve the peace of mind of occupants and protect assets

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LIGHTING

Well planned lighting that improves occupant well being

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HVAC

Reduce energy and provide an ideal indoor environment

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SPECIALIST SYSTEMS

Windows, shading, irrigation systems integrated

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WINDOWS & SHADING

Overheating mitigation and improved comfort

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Data Apps

Control, track and improve efficiency
across your entire portfolio of
properties from anywhere.

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Devices

Sensors, relays and gateways that
can be used to monitor, control and
manage buildings.

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