In an effort to increase productivity in workspaces, Herman Miller, the furniture company behind the Aeron chair and the cubicle, has launched a desk sensor that collects data on how and when office spaces are being used.
The data Live OS collects is shown on a dashboard that companies can access. Live OS also includes an app extension that lets individual employees set goals for sitting and standing. In other words, it’s a Fitbit for your desk.
Live OS was launched today at NeoCon in Chicago as part of a collaboration with designer Yves Béhar for smarter office furniture. It pairs with Herman Miller sit-to-stand desks and lets users control the height of their…
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