Nura Space

Nura Space is a unified working platform (UWP) designed to understand, redefine and optimise the workspace of the future. By leveraging a combination of IoT sensors, data, and behavioral science, Nura Space allows employers and their teams to curate a workplace experience centred on wellbeing, safety and efficiency.

Overview

  • Software-based holistic workplace solution to optimise workspaces.
  • Founded on behavioural science principles to improve health and wellbeing.
  • A cloud-based network communicates from data storage to smart phone.
  • Product of Austalia.
Product of Australia

With intuitive design principles at its core, the desk occupancy sensor has three simple colours to communicate the status of the work point. Green, blue and red indicate available, checked-in and booked.

Sensor availability colour code

Featuring both individual and team booking functionality, the smart phone app checks in to the desk sensor intuitively for a seamless user experience. Users are able to reserve or book just-in-time work-points within their assigned zone, neighbourhood, floor or building.

Nura Space Booking Calendar for iPhone

The dashboard provides a single location to view live statistics, notifications and send internal communications. Quick links allow organisational users to action the most important tasks from inviting new users to creating and exporting reports. A powerful tool for organisational KPIs and long-term planning.

Nura Space Health and Safety Screen on iPhone

Nura Space can be used as a platform to promote healthy behaviours and attitudes in diverse users. Beyond optimising ergonomics, the platform also promotes a range of health and safety best practices, from identifying first aid rooms and emergency exits, to reporting on cleaning cycles.

Nura Space Health and Safety Screen on iPhone

Nura Space was founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2017 under the leadership of Anton Schiavello and the support of behavioural psychologist Keti Malkoski. Through their expertise and experience in the industry, Nura Space forecast a growing need for organisations to incorporate technology in their workspaces as a tool to better understand how to respond to a rapidly changing world. Coupled with a tool to communicate directly to their employees, push surveys, manage virtual teams and much more, these digital elements enable the evolving working environment to work successfully for people and business.

Company story