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OccupEye is an FM:Systems company, based in the UK, while head quartered in North Carolina, USA. The company can trace its roots to 1987 and overall, the FM:Systems group of companies have thousands of clients across the world.
The company specialises in smart workspace technology through its proprietary world-renown OccupEye® IoT (Internet of Things) SaaS and product. AMP (Asset Management Planning) is another area which the company has vast experience through its skilled and dedicated nationwide surveyors alongside in-house CAD & BIM/Revit teams.
OccupEye has vast technical experience covering many international markets across various sectors including:
- Local & National Government,
- & Energy
“I cannot recommend Cad-Capture highly enough. It has offered a fantastic solution and will be invaluable to GMP going forward, as we continue to look at ways of shrinking our estate and getting the organisation to embrace Smarter Ways of Working. We have recently purchased more devices and completed a training and support session.”
“We invited several companies to express an interest. The work put in by Cad-Capture was by far the best. We can now tie down decision-making and inform policy based on actual facts rather than opinion. Thanks to Cad-Capture, those complaints from students [about lack of space] are a thing of the past. The students have found it extremely valuable and useful.”
“We have deployed [Cad-Capture’s proprietary technology] in one of our building here at Goldsmiths London, in order to monitor usage and trends on all library spaces. The technology has not only enabled us to gain a better understanding of how best to utilise space in our building, but they have had an incredibly positive impact on building users by providing them with a tool with which to clearly identify where available seats might be located.”