More than 300 000 sqm of new office space is being constructed in Prague, according to CBRE study. Almost two thirds of it will be available in 2018. So let´s have a look at some of the new projects. Very soon you will be able to run a marathon of the rooftop of the building in Holešovice district or visit the smartest office building in Europe (being built in Warsaw).
Two years ago, the IT company Tieto moved its headquarters to the new Keilalahti Campus administration building (in the city of Espoo in southern Finland). Since then they have built it up into one of the smartest offices in Scandinavia. Up to eight thousand sensors watch literally every employee’s trajectories. According to the vision laid out in the promotional video, very soon workdays will be organized through a special mobile app—it will show you the best route to work, automatically open the garage door, make your favorite latte even before you step out of the elevator, and automatically turn on your computer when you walk up to it...
Smart light bulbs can do much mor e than just change color. They blink when you get an e-mail. They can find you even in the most complicated office labyrinth. And perhaps they will soon replace wi-fi in sending you e-mails.
This summer, the German elevator manufacturer ThyssenKrupp introduced MULTI, a revolutionary elevator prototype that goes not only up and down but also sideways. This makes it possible for several elevators to move in one elevator shaft at the same time. The very first MULTI will be installed in Berlin by 2020.
We all will soon be connecting to the Internet through LED light bulbs instead of wi-fi. Czech professionals among others do the research about this revolutionary technology for transfering data. “We have successfully tested the Li-Fi connection in an office environment,“ says Aleš Dobesch from the Brno University of Technology.