How can we help private landlords?
Safehouse can help you to managing long term housing solutions at scale by giving landlords information on their properties they did not have before and helping them to understand what can be done,
Savings can be generated from the analysis of data and thus action can take place by landlords and tenants providing a platform to explore wider sensor projects benefiting Councils and local communities.
All the equipment arrives preconfigured in a single ‘plug and play’ package, where all the sensors and devices are geospatially tagged, allocated to common areas and labelled ready for installation.
Installation does not require a physical engineer; the devices simply plug into main power sockets, or indeed use strong adhesive pads.
Facilities managers are able to remotely monitor the environmental conditions of buildings reducing compensation payments made out due to badly maintained buildings using the dashboard on the online customer portal. Readings Used: Temperature and Humidity
Added security for your buildings, properties often have predictable patterns of movement through the day and the week, and this can be used to determine uncharacteristic behaviour In addition, this can be used for Void monitoring.
Correlating the light measurements with motion provides another dimension. We have found an example where the movement at unusual times and low light in a non-residential property suggest cause for concern. Readings Used: Movement and Light
Through the monitoring of carbon dioxide, you are also able to detect possible overcrowding in buildings and office spaces leading to personal discomfort of your tenants and reduced productivity for employers. Readings Used: C02, Motion
One of our aims is to use our technology to replace regular fire alarm tests or for integration into emergency response teams. Moving forward greater transparency and increased sharing of data can improve accuracy. Readings Used: Audio Sensor
The sensors distinguish between power outage and loss of power to the sensor warning Landlords of high number of power outages and allowing proactive behaviour in solving any electrical issues. Readings Used: Power on / Power Off
VOCs are released from burning fuel such as gasoline, wood, coal, or natural gas but hey are also released from many consumer products such as printing and photocopying machines, paint solvents, cleaning products, solvents and some non-electric space heaters. Monitoring VOC levels increases the comfort of your clients working environment.
Our Safehouse App and Viper (SaaS) gives you real time data 24/7 from the installed sensors and immediate notifications of alarms the internal messenger allows you to communicate with facility managers for continued building support & regular maintenance checks.
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