We carry electronics in our pockets and on our body, so why not right under our skin? A chip embedded in your hand makes life easier. Critics however warn that firms can control and watch their employees with an implanted chip like dogs. Is this so hot that it should burn us?
They were a must of every office. Firms could not make it without them. Today, they are obsolete. Let’s think back about the threesome that defined a workplace 10 years ago. What are the key elements of today’s offices? And what will be the most important in 10 years?
“We may have smart technologies, but our office furniture is still stupid,” notes Zdeněk Brisuda, sales director of the Czech branch of furniture makers Wiesner-Hager in an interview for #MORETHANOFFICE.
A vertical city, a skyscraper that cleans air and a high-altitude building that could serve as a nature reserve. These are the winners of 2019 Skyscraper Competition held by eVolo Magazine. The jury selected 3 winners and 27 honorable mentions from 478 projects received.
Will the future see every meeting shifted into virtual space? AV MEDIA marketing manager Jiří Plátek answers this question and more in his interview for #MORETHANOFFICE.
Forget about those old-school plastic workplace entry cards! At its headquarters in Prague’s Radlice district, the bank ČSOB is now using biometric data in their place. They’re identifying employees based on fingerprints or blood-vessel scans. In the past, they also tested the use of face-recognition cameras.