Oct 29 2020 06:08 AM - last edited on Oct 29 2020 10:57 AM by Allen
Reduced COVID-19 risk in the workplace with AI and IoT on the Edge, RXR Realty, New York based real estate company shows the full implementation. Cory Clarke, Product Management VP at RXR, joins Jeremy Chapman to share how they’re tackling an issue that many of us (whether as an employee or an organization) are trying to figure out— how to operate during the pandemic while keeping people safe. See how they are leveraging Azure AI and IoT for automated health checks, air quality control, social distancing, mask compliance and much more. For those of you who are new to RXR Realty, they're one of the largest real estate companies in New York with over 27 million square feet of real estate. Normally, around 75,000 office workers occupy their building spaces. While New York was the epicenter of COVID-19 early on, it's positive recovery provides an interesting model for how to safely go back to normal life in the middle of a pandemic. RXR is offering its own unique perspective by implementing its RX Well platform, an IoT and AI based solution that supports safe return of people back to the office. The core advantage of Azure IoT Hub is it's end-to-end device management, massive scale, and seamless integration with other Azure services.
Walkthrough some of the user experiences:
• Office workers who need to feel safe in their return back to the office
• Property managers’ comprehensive view of building data in real-time, so they can dynamically adjust policies and procedures
• Facility managers that are actually tenants in the spaces who can see if more needs to be done to improve compliance to public health measures
► Link References:
Find out more about Azure Spatial Analysis at https://aka.ms/SpatialAnalysis.
Get our RxWell solution in the Azure Marketplace at https://aka.ms/RXWellSolution.
Learn more about RXR's example at https://aka.ms/RXWell.
For more on Azure IoT and AI, check out https://www.azure.com.
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