Smart technology provides remote lighting control that can more accurately adjust, modify and monitor the amount of time the lights are turned on and to what extent.
Studies predict billions or even trillions of sensors in the IoT delivering the data needed for intelligent control. Most of these sensors will be wireless to be as flexible to position as possible. There remains one question: how will these trillions of sensors be powered? Due to their environmental impact and the challenge of changing, trillions of batteries are no options. However, there is an alternative: energy harvesting.
Interested in becoming a LEED certified building for better performance and environmental benefits? You can use IoT to help you reach your goals.
IoT can greatly optimize collection services and reduce operational costs for cities, transitioning waste management into data-driven collection processes.
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.
You don't have to reinvent everything to start your smart city journey. Here are 3 “first-step” smart city projects you can begin in 2019.
Technology is a powerful catalyst for change. Carbon capture technologies, big data, AI, and other IoT trends enable groups to understand and fight climate change.
Many have heard the term "smart home" by now, but fewer are aware of how IoT can improve urban life.
Let's look at how the HVAC and BMS industry has separated from IoT.
Time has shown that implementing an IoT project without a definitive business goal in mind doesn't work. Start by considering what's standing in your company's way in regard to three things: increasing revenue, reducing operating costs, and mitigating risk.