IoT is winning the HVACR industry. What are the next challenges. Impression from AHR Expo Event - the biggest HVACR event in the world
Digital twins solve the challenges of real-time data processing by bringing together data from IT and OT systems, IoT sensors and third-party data in a contextual representation of your built environment.
The New Deal for Buildings initiative facilitates a dialog between the building automation industry and commercial building professionals on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings. The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard, model-based analytics, and service transparency.
Property management and development companies are increasingly looking to the smart home to improve their services. From better utility management to happier tenants, here are some way investing in smarter living pays off.
Every building manager should be keenly aware of the potential for “sick building syndrome” (SBS)—a term used to describe the plight of building occupants who suffer physical ailments as a result of spending time in buildings with poor air quality—and ways to prevent it. This article explains how the IoT can help them detect SBS, and keep it at bay in the future.
IoT is advancing building automation beyond mere optimizations. It's bringing systems together and adding new value, through innovations like demand control and the way it improves air quality. But we must remember that IoT-based analytics platforms work only because they connect people with technology—without humans at the helm, they’re of little value.
Being "digital twin enabled" means using technology to unlock meaningful insights for commercial real estate owners, operators, and occupants.
Smart buildings bring numerous conveniences to property managers, but IoT, which allows buildings and devices to communicate, also exposes security issues.
The concept of "smart buildings" has not been properly defined and adopted within the real estate industry. Some examples will illuminate the state of smart building tech.
Smart thermostats, video cameras, video doorbells, locks and other devices can both increase smart home safety and enhance your lifestyle.