After the events related to the Covid-19 disease, companies will pay significantly more attention to the impact of the work environment on health. Skanska also expects an increase in demand for ´healthy´ offices, which it has been focusing on for a long time now.
“Blocks” are smart lockers placed in an office building’s lobby that proved their worth during the coronavirus crisis thanks to how they enabled contact-free delivery of packages. They save time for couriers, receptionists, and their users.
One thing is certain. The post-coronavirus era will bring changes to the work environment and one of them may be increased safety measures. One of them is the MEDICAS thermal camera, which is said to be able to detect an infected colleague as soon as he enters the building.
Still running out of ideas on how to have fun at home during a corona crisis? Although the time of the strictest measures is over, you should not miss the now freely available Workplace, a movie by director Gary Hustwit.
The coronavirus crisis is changing society. Some industries are forced to involuntary hibernation, others gained the opportunity to accelerate growth. The latter include also virtual browsing technology, which currently helps especially the real estates and the office industry.
A 3D printer on a construction site – Sounds like a science fiction? Well, no more. One of these has recently printed a two-storey office building for the Dubai municipality. With a total area of 640 square meters, it is the largest 3D printed building in the world.