Date: 6/9/2020


New technologies have entered the workplace that promise both individual and group productivity to a workforce that demands more ease-of-use, simplicity, and efficiency in their workday. These technologies have transformed the meeting space by replacing traditional hardware-based, proprietary systems with software. This software can present a uniform, supporting, environmental interface that allows us to collaborate more effectively, navigate the workplace environment, and even feel more connected to our colleagues. Because these systems are integrated in our workplace infrastructure as well as our personal productivity tools - they have the unique opportunity to collect unprecedented data about how we are working together. This data can produce invaluable insights about utilization patterns and where and why the most effective meetings take place.

In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate one such system called Solstice Cloud - that allows users of the Solstice Pod to better understand their own workplace needs. This case study will focus on one Solstice Cloud user - the world’s largest co-working company - and insights they have gained by looking closely at the data Solstice Cloud produces from more than 3,000 conference rooms worldwide. We’ll demonstrate that this data can be used to inform technology and infrastructure decisions. We’ll end by looking at how this data could possibly be used for predictive analytics that identifies problems before they happen or predicts where particular meetings should take place to ensure productive outcomes.


nicknienaber (2)Nick Nienaber
Head of Audiovisual Infrastructure 

  • Nick Nienaber joined WeWork in 2014 and has been involved in the Design / Build / Operate process for their global fleet at every stage.
  • Under his direction, WeWork's AV and UCC engineering teams have developed technology systems standards for multiple product lines under the WeWork umbrella.  
  • Nick holds certifications in Dante, Q-Sys, and Crestron.

  • christopherjaynesChristopher Jaynes
    Founder and CTO
    Mersive Technologies 

  • Christopher Jaynes founded Mersive Technologies in 2006 and now serves as CTO. 
  • He received his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the School of Computer Science at the University of Utah and went on to receive his doctoral degree at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he worked on artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction technologies. 
  • His work in academics and at Mersive has led to over 100 published scientific articles, over 20 patents, and the National Science Foundation CAREER award. 
  • In 2019, he won the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the Mountain Desert region.

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