An occupancy sensor is an indoor motion-detecting device used to detect the presence of a person to automatically control lighting, temperature, or ventilation systems. Occupancy sensors are typically used to save energy, provide automatic control, and comply with building codes.

a. No Sensors: 0%, No spaces are equipped with occupancy sensors.
b. Partial Sensors: 50%, Around half the building area is equipped with occupancy sensors.
c. Sensors: 100% The whole building is equipped with occupancy sensors.

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