Listen: From People to Pets, Smart Buildings Improve Wellness with Michael Grant of Asset Mapping

 

When considering the benefits of smart buildings, you typically think of efficiency and cost-savings for facilities management, but UK-based Asset Mapping is focusing on occupant wellness–whether those occupants are employees in an office, cows in a shed or chickens in a coop. “This data is really helping improve the wellness of livestock, which makes for healthier and happier cows,” says Michael Grant, Asset Mapping COO.

In this episode of the Building Management Podcast, we discuss the surprising effect of building conditions on its occupants. And this little fun fact: high CO2 levels in an office have the same effect as two pints of beer on its occupants.

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