Zones serve to compartmentalise offices, whether by departments, teams, facilities, or any other preferred criteria. This aids users in accessing real-time data within those designated areas.

Additionally, in the future, it will enable you to locate available desks and meeting spaces within specific zones.

It's important to note that zones are considered as non-bookable resources and do not require prior creation in Office 365 or Google Workspace.

For instance, if you were to integrate a people-counting sensor in a zone and make that data accessible through our web and mobile application, it would provide valuable insights for office occupants to gauge the level of activity in specific areas.

Furthermore, consider the scenario of incorporating an environmental sensor in an open workspace. By analysing this data, you can gain insights into the environmental conditions of various parts of your office.

This not only empowers users to choose their workspace based on air quality and temperature information but also contributes to understanding the overall health of your building.

Once your zone has been created you can assign it an area of your office on the map.

Once you've assigned the zone, you can click on zone view to see all the zones you've assigned to the map. If you hover over a zone it will initially tell you it has no data to show.

To start visualising data, add an IoT sensor to a zone.

Once you've added one of these devices to a Zone, navigate back to the map and you should see your data start to show.

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