UMA's dashboard interface provides rich analytics on utilisation, with both historical and real-time data.

The multiple graphs show metrics based on date range and demand which provide actionable insight for facilities teams to adapt the workplace based on the workforce needs.

Details on each of the graphs can be found below:

Top resource usage by name

This graph displays how the resources are being utilised, whether booked in advance or marked as in use by the in room/desk sensor.

Report insights could include:

  • understanding which rooms or desks are users' preferred choices

  • improved staff productivity by highlighting lesser-used resources

Daily peak usage

This graph looks at resources utilised by the hour, comparing calendar bookings and ad hoc usage.

Report insights could include:

  • when to schedule room or desk maintenance

  • deciding on appropriate power-down schedules to reduce energy consumption

Room count by capacity

Displays the number of rooms in service grouped by their capacity.

Report insights could include:

  • identifying capacity requirements for meeting rooms when planning for office expansion

Weekly peak usage

Looks at resources used by the day of the week, comparing calendar bookings and ad hoc usage.

Report insights could include:

  • picking the quietest office day to schedule large face-to-face meetings/conferences to lessen disruption for other staff members

  • identifying the demand for resources by day of the week to understand the space required

Resource utilisation

Resource utilisation looks at each resource and it's overall use, comparing calendar bookings and ad hoc usage reported via sensor.

Report insights could include:

  • highlighting areas for resource consolidation

  • what in-room resources are the biggest 'attraction' for users? For example, do rooms with Video Conferencing equipment have more usage than those without?

Capacity vs average occupancy

This table lists each resource and its maximum capacity in comparison to the rooms average occupancy where a people count device is in use.

Report insights could include:

  • what capacity meeting rooms are most in demand

  • identifying under-utilisation and the booking of inappropriately sized rooms to implement policies for meeting room booking

  • effectively plan for an office re-design for a more productive working environment based on known average occupancies.

Total bookings / no shows

The graph compares the numbers of bookings made for individual resources, counting the number of no shows (where a booking has been made but a non-attendance is noted).

Report insights could include:

  • understanding capacity and when customers are using their desks to ascertain whether permanent desks could be turned into hot desks

  • deciding whether certain resources with a high number of 'no shows' should be released for use after a set period of time to allow for ad-hoc meetings

Exporting data

All of the reports available on the UMA Vision Dashboard can be exported as a .CSV file by clicking the three dots in the top right corner of each graphic.

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