Customer storiesOffices, museums, universities, hospitals, stadiums; BeSense fits with every building. Read everyone's story firsthand.
There are now roughly 2660 sensors hanging in the office of Aegon in The Hague. They give Theo van Rijn, facilities manager at Aegon, insight into the occupancy and use of the building. What initially started on a small scale in his own facilities department, has since extended to a third of the building. Theo wants to further expand this year: “With more sensors in a larger area, we can examine the effects on our building and cleaning even better.”
BeSense is also interesting for a museum. Just ask Rob van Duijn at the Museum for Communication in The Hague. “We want to run a museum, open a club with meeting rooms and offer a successful catering service. You can only achieve this if you all know how the building is used. BeSense keeps track of this.
PSV wants to have the most innovative stadium in the Netherlands. Not only in terms of lighting, but also with the intelligent BeSense sensors. Since the use of a stadium experiences highs and lows just like any other building. How intensely is the Philips Stadion actually used? And what does this mean for cleaning? Peter Fossen, board member at PSV, wants to get answers to these questions with BeSense.