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What Machines Miss, and more on the Human Sensor

  Anyone following our blog can attest to the fact that we’re big on technology (almost to the point of obsession). As such, it may come as a surprise to readers that—in the most important aspects of facility management—we’re even bigger proponents of people.   The simple truth is that machines aren’t yet capable of […]

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The Attributes of a Human Sensor

  The Human Sensor Network™ is a powerful tool. It allows the experiential content from a human being’s day-to-day to be quantifiable; data that betters human experiences, because it understands what human beings were doing before. At CrowdComfort, we believe the human sensor is key in bettering buildings, and bettering technology.    “Human Sensing” is […]

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An Energy Bar, Product News, And the Instant Economy

  Over the last few weeks, the CrowdComfort team has been getting excited for an event called “Energy Bar,” held at our current incubator, Greentown Labs.  While they hold several Energy Bars throughout the year, this was special for a variety of reasons, including that it was the last Energy Bar of 2015. We appreciate […]

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The Human Sensor versus the Facility Manager

  We here at CrowdComfort talk a lot about the human sensor, or the general concept that people are the best evaluators of a facility’s working conditions. What about the evaluation of the people behind the buildings? The human sensor also acts as the exemplar evaluator of facility managers. In a previous post, we outlined […]