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Nomos meeting io.T

2018

The system of tables and desks designed in the Eighties by Norman Foster, which changed the way of thinking of the table as an object forever, now incorporates io.T technology devised to connect objects with their surroundings.

Sensors incorporated into the work surfaces activate functions designed for the user and send information in real-time to allow resource optimisation, access control and outstanding space management. Personnel recognition, workstation or meeting room bookings, as well as managing the environmental micro system, by adjusting the lights, temperature and height of the work surface, are just some of the functions that can be activated thanks to io.T. 

The interconnected furnishings interface with the Dina management system to collect and analyse in real-time the workstation usage data, making it possible to plan maintenance, optimise resources, control accesses and modify the layouts based on the actual occupation requirements. io.T technology can be incorporated both in operating workstations as well as in meeting tables, and support various functions devised according to the customer’s needs and the building organisation.