Data suggests people haven't abandoned cities. But many are moving away from larger metro areas to less congested regions.
While not every approach applies, these four takeaways from Tesla's playbook can inform your own return-to-work strategy.
As workplaces invite more employees back, there's a renewed need to track occupancy — for more than just social distancing.
Building owners are using our platform in five key ways as they return to work ...
Learn how analyzing the way your employees use your space will help you design a safer workplace.
Now that the CARES Act money has been provided, the question is how should schools spend it?
A snapshot of the latest news surrounding a COVID vaccine, as well as resources to plan your return-to-work strategy.
How data can shore up safety practices and confirm that resources are distributed effectively.
How to keep your school community safe and reassure families that their students are being taken care of.
Finding the delicate balance between protecting student health and providing an effective curriculum in a virtual classroom.
How to utilize your existing square footage to maintain social distancing between employees in the office.
Izzy Sanchez, Head of Global Workplace and Real Estate at Twitch, shares his thoughts on the state of the workplace.
AB-testing is a cost-effective way to breathe new life into underutilized spaces and experiment with new configurations.
Activity-based working (ABW) empowers your team to work when, where, and how they want.
Returning to the office is a hard transition. It becomes even harder when you change how and where employees work.
Successful agile companies measure their employees by their output, rather than an agreed-upon set of hours.
How do you compel employees to come to the office, even when they don’t have to?
Calculating 150-square-feet-per-employee is no longer useful in the new, dynamic workplace.
Adding the right digital tools to your office can help your employees feel safe at work — and enhance their experience.
Employees may not be eager to share desks when they return to work. Here's how to show them hot desking is safe.
Once you know how to measure remote collaboration, you can help your team increase the value of the time they spend together.
How do you virtually transfer your team's values and belief system to new hires? Organizational socialization.
Many tools workplace teams use can't keep up with the new workplace. Find out how to build a more agile data toolset.
People counting is hard — even when you use certain technologies to simplify it. The good news? You're not alone.
Manual studies are outdated. They no longer serve the modern workplace. Agile offices require real-time, continuous data.
The pandemic turned the office into a perk, not a requirement. Companies have to adapt designs based on employee needs.
Relying on incomplete badge data can lead to costly and politicized decisions rooted in assumption rather than reality.
How sensor data helps centrally located workplace teams make smarter space decisions from afar.
Corporate real-estate accounts for 40% of greenhouse gas emissions. Occupancy data will help reduce your carbon footprint.
Employees, investors and politicians believe sustainable buildings are the future. Here's what the research shows.
How the old way companies measure square feet per employee is costing them.
Density analyzed over 10,000 hours of meeting room use and found that they are not used as designed.
Tailgating is a huge security problem — leaving your building vulnerable to unwanted visitors.
We can keep people safe and healthy. We can reduce carbon emissions. We can build better spaces.
83% of corporate real estate executives rank space utilization as the key metric for making workplace decisions.
When tracking occupancy throughout your space, do you need to know the exact movements of each employee? No.
Today, we're proud to introduce the latest addition to our platform — Density Open Area.
The built world was modernizing before the pandemic. It will continue to modernize well after it's over. We're eager to help.
Safe is designed to help you keep your teams, employees, and visitors safe — without invading privacy.
Density partners now have a single, secure location to access product information, sharpen their skills, and connect with us.
Bethesda North Marriott uses Density's real-time people count data to manage foot traffic and staffing.
With Density’s data, you gain an accurate view into how each room is actually used.
Learn how Notre Dame uses Density to improve the college campus experience with real-time data.