by Brianna Crandall — August 18, 2021 — Roby, an innovative suite of workplace management tools, continues to widen its partnership network with the release of the Roby application programming interface (API) program for third-party integration. By integrating with the Roby API, partners have the opportunity to empower facilities managers (FMs) with more choices for how they manage and optimize their workplaces while expanding their product reach across Roby’s network of over 5,000 buildings.
Jay Hsueh, CEO & founder of Roby, remarked:
In the wake of the pandemic, the office environment has been in a state of constant flux, demanding more flexibility and agility from commercial real estate owners and the solutions they provide. Releasing this API makes our partners, and the customers they serve, more competitive. But it also positions Roby as a central, foundational platform that makes that constant adaptation to new demands possible.
With more companies navigating the transition back to the office, safety and simplicity remain top priorities for business leaders. The Roby API Program helps to protect building occupants by offering direct access to the latest technology in addition to the workplace automation software they already know and trust from Roby. This API also makes the process more efficient for service integrators and developers, eliminating the need for custom integrations.
David Greschler, CEO of Nomad Go, which offers a product that uses live occupancy to control HVAC systems, stated:
The Roby API program offers Nomad Go a seamless way to connect to mechanical systems in commercial buildings. This will help accelerate time to deployment and provides flexibility for future services.
The expansion of Roby’s partnership network is a cornerstone of the company’s vision to become a world-leading workplace management solution by providing companies one flexible easy-to-use, cost-effective platform that integrates with their existing systems.
Roby aims to transform modern workplaces with products that automate facility services and engage employees in their office environment. The Seattle-based company’s occupant-facing apps and IoT integration platform combine location, usage, and smart building data with a wide range of self-service controls to enable companies to safely return to work and streamline their operations.
Nomad Go Visual Intelligence allows businesses to understand and improve physical spaces. With the company’s out-of-the box computer vision solution delivered on the edge, businesses across all industries can unlock actionable knowledge about any physical environment to make spaces healthier, sustainable, and energy efficient.