With IO.T
The world has changed
IO.T Solutions
The new way of conceiving office work.
With IO.T
All the offices in the world.
IO.T Solutions
The new world at work.
IO.T
The smart work.

A whole new way of working.

There’s a new way of working. Breaking down barriers, extending time frames, boosting opportunities. The new way that has changed the world. This evolutionary change was made possible by digital technology, which has set new standards, defined new codes, and new languages. Heralding simplicity, effectiveness, and functionality.

Workplaces and workspaces have been transformed thanks to the Internet of Things technology, whereby people can dedicate their time and energy to what really makes a difference.

It’s the new way of conceiving office work.

A new world where the physical reality is perfectly incorporated into the digital reality, thanks to a smart system of tools that simplify access and multiply connections.

All the offices in the world

The innovative concept behind co-working is a well-known idea: to give people the chance to use a potentially infinite number of offices of any type across the world in a free and flexible way.

Io.T Solutions systems make it possible to take a further step forward: thanks to these systems, every desk and every meeting room can be turned into one’s own desk and one’s own meeting space in a simple and straight forward way: booking and payment are made via smartphone. io.T workstations also allow the facility manager to monitor in real-time the use of desks and meeting rooms, thereby fostering the optimised management of the same.

Smart work

Access and connectivity. These are the factors which have radically changed the world of work. Specifically, the relationship between people and things has undergone an extraordinary transformation, with things having become entities capable of communicating in an interactive way. The result is a profound change in behaviour and needs, which has inevitably also affected the concept of the “workplace”.

Thanks to intelligent systems, workstations are becoming less rigid and free to use, spaces take on responsive qualities that can be customised by the user, while the management of meeting rooms takes on criteria of rationality thanks to scheduled on-line bookings. Places, spaces and objects, which were once silent and passive, are now entities capable of liaising in real-time, thereby contributing towards optimising management and reducing costs, while also maximising resources.