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• Selecting a longer interval will generally increase the amount of utilization.
• An "Interval" is a period of time that represents an aggregation of individual occupancy events into longer spans of time.
• For example, if a 15-minute interval is selected, if at any point there is an occupancy event within that 15 minutes, the entire 15-minute block will be considered occupied.
Intervals are used to build a margin into your data. Using an interval helps users account for the time that a space is considered in use, but no one is present. For example, if a worker parks at WorkStation and occupies it, but isn’t physically working from the space at all times during their stay.