Optimum indoor climate for well-being at the workplace

Depending on the activity and individual condition, the so-called “comfort temperature” fluctuates greatly. This makes it all the more important to control the room air temperature, as heat and cold weaken performance.

The workplace regulations in Germany and Austria recommend a temperature between 19 and 25°C. Of course, these values depend on the severity of the work performed, the movement and the work clothing.


  • Objectifying subjective perceptions
  • Set the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system correctly
  • React early

A complete solution for all indoor climate data

All recorded measurement data is transmitted to the base station via LoRa radio and then to the LineMetrics Cloud via mobile radio.


Creating transparency with objective data

The indoor climate is highly subjective. Optimization therefore requires facts that include longer measurement periods and uninterrupted values.


Retrofit the entire office (building) wirelessly

A wireless gateway connects sensors throughout the building. Data is sent to the cloud via mobile radio. IT/network are not necessary.


Useful addition to building management systems

An existing BMS often only provides rudimentary data. The activation of new values is extremely costly. LineMetrics efficiently covers “white spots”.

Easily retrieve and process real-time data

All data can be analyzed at any time and used in other systems via API. QR codes simplify direct access on site with a cell phone.

Check the overall indoor climate

The heat balance of the human body is influenced by heat generation, heat supply and heat dissipation. This means that, in addition to physical activity, humidity and air movement also influence temperature perception.

Generally, dry air leads to a colder perception and relative humidity above 70% leads to mugginess. For these reasons, the humidity should also be checked in addition to the temperature.

Prevent fatigue in the heat

Excessively high temperatures lead to drowsiness and exhaustion. It can also trigger physical complaints such as headaches or dizziness. As a result, performance is reduced and the tendency to make mistakes is increased. In this way, the human body aims to reduce heat production inside the body. If the room climate is controlled, the heating and/or air conditioning can be adjusted accordingly.

In Germany, the workplace regulation ASR A3.5 stipulates that the air temperature in workspaces should not exceed +26 degrees Celsius. According to Section 28 of the Austrian Workplace Ordinance (AStV), temperatures should not exceed 25 degrees Celsius.

Avoid attention problems in the cold

If the room air is too cold, there is an increased urge to move, which is intended to produce heat. However, this also reduces attention and the ability to concentrate. Employees often feel uncomfortable when temperatures are too hot or too cold. This can lead to less motivation to work. If the room climate is controlled, the heating and/or air conditioning can be adjusted accordingly.

In Germany and Austria, the workplace regulations ASR A3.5 and Section 28 of the Workplace Ordinance (AStV) require that the air temperature in workspaces must be at least 19 degrees Celsius.

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