Boss Controls optimises offices and showrooms
Offices – head Offices and multisite offices
Boss Controls’ maximises occupancy comfort and smart thinking for hundreds of thousands of office workers across the UK in a number of sectors: charities, retail, local government, leisure and hospitality and the list goes on.
We use the latest technology supported by remote connectivity to make it easy for organisations to reduce their energy consumption and save money. For example, occupancy sensors can detect area occupancy and enable/disable heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) automatically on demand. Free cooling can be enabled through naturally ventilating your workspace where possible to reduce energy costs when the ambient is higher
A comfortable controlled physical environment aids in managing stress promoting a more productive atmosphere for all your staff and occupants. Smart HVAC and lighting control can improve your building environment by compensating for light reduction and ambient air temperatures.
Air changes are fundamental to a safe working environment especially in current times. Poorly ventilated buildings lead to a build-up of CO2 and other VOC’s impacting on staff wellbeing. Boss Controls can implement smart strategies to control and maintain a healthy environment.
With ever changing technology leads to a greater need to embrace change. Legacy controls may lead to constant interaction by employees which can be eliminated via smart control strategies and User interfaces to feedback requirements to central controllers for key decision making all whilst saving energy.
Boss Controls works in the following sectors
Office related blogs
We have previously reported on how office temperature affects productivity levels. In preparation for World Mental Health Day #WMHD, we have been busy researching the effects of temperature on mental health. The effects of office temperature on...
The National Human Activity Pattern Survey states that we live more than 90% of our time indoors in strictly controlled temperatures. Unfortunately, research indicates that a constant temperature is unhealthy for us and instead, we would benefit from working in a more...
In general, your workplace building accounts for the second largest cost after salaries. Yet, organisations in most sectors only review their building costs once a decade versus measuring their employee effectiveness on an annual basis.