Microgrids and IoT solutions are unlocking powerful ways to reduce energy consumption in both commercial and residential buildings.
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.
The rapid spread of IoT makes product testing crucial to identify and fix security breaches before they happen and to lock in new customers.
Effective Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) depends upon reliable and real-time updates. IoT paired with AI can optimize and extend SHM.
We are in the era of Uber and Airbnb, where every service is expected to be accessible in real-time and driven by a customer experience focus. The emphasis is on catering to the expectations of a growing millennial workforce’s demand for seamless experiences. Smart Buildings, with IoT and AI enhanced facilities, are positively impacting productivity for occupants and the perceived property value, for the benefit of owners.
What about the benefits of commercial IoT? It can significantly improve your business by transforming your customer experiences.
The current state of the climate is troubling at best. The average global temperature has warmed, snow and ice levels have diminished and the sea level has risen. And there are no signs of these trends slowing down unless significant action is taken to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Facility management companies can add value and increase profit margins by using IoT solutions to reduce costs, increase added value services, expand their service scope with new data and improve the experience of their tenants.
Cities are now mitigating damage from natural disasters using IoT-driven technologies. Here's how IoT is being used in flood and fire response efforts.
The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard (the foundation of the Industrial IoT (IIoT)), model-based analytics, and service transparency. The objective of the New Deal initiative is to facilitate a dialog between building systems industry and commercial building professionals, a dialog on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings.