MOTs placed inside rooms or by workspaces signal to the system that people
are entering or using that space. When movement is no longer detected for a
certain amount of time, it will signal the space is free.
This information is used for:
Rather than manually checking into a room by pressing the display or
tappingswiping an RFID card, Door Tablet MOTs allow users to simply walk in and
start working, while the outside display indicates the room is now in use.
If a space is unoccupied for a predetermined amount of time then the
meeting/use will be assumed to have ended. The space is released to the system
to be booked once again, or if it is a non-bookable space it will be designated
as free to be used immediately.
By confirming that a space is being used, MOTs can:
For Door Tablet Enterprise users, Area Sensing allows your motion sensors to
show active rooms on Floor Plan displays. In the image below the spaces marked
in blue are those where people are in, but the space is not reserved.
MOTs are easy to configure and install, see here for instructions
Installing MOTs into health consulting room ceilings enables the Door Tablet
system to signal whether that room is being used or not. This information can
then be displayed on Door Tablet screens outside the room and the appropriate
privacy messages given, e.g. “In Use - Do Not Disturb” or “In
Use - Please Knock Before Entry” etc. Importantly, these messages are
always up to date since they are based on a continuous analysis of what is
actually happening within the room.
To learn more about the role of MOTs in a healthcare setting read ourOneStop doctors case study
Our MOTs are small and discreet and powered by PoE or a USB power source.
The MOT’s do not connect physically to any display devices - they
communicate instead to the Door Tablet system by ethernet or Wi-Fi. The USB
version of our sensors connects to Windows devices directly and are not
connected to the network.
MOTs are easy to configure and install click here for instructions.
Popular Tablet Devices (AIO and TC)
Slimline Tablet Device (SL)
Windows Tablet Devices (MM and WM)
Wayfinding Device (ABX)
Windows Wayfinding Device (WBX)
Circular Device (CIR)
Motion Sensors (MOTs)