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A smart space to create a more experience

A smart space to create a more experience

In smart Buildings,

‘soft’ digital infrastructure, that utilises IoT and machine learning, is elevated to equal importance as the bricks and mortar that make up the building. At a basic level, Smart buildings can automatically control lighting, heating, ventilation and a myriad of other internal operations. However, what’s truly exciting about smart buildings is the behavioural data the sensors connected to these systems collect.

As technological capabilities increase, and working practices change, so too do the opportunities and need to develop ‘smart buildings’. The adoption of these structures is already on the rise, but will undoubtedly falter if a strong business case isn’t made to encourage widespread uptake. In order to achieve this, key decision makers must understand the benefits smart buildings provide for both inhabitants and investors.

Understanding smart buildings
In smart Buildings, ‘soft’ digital infrastructure, that utilises IoT and machine learning, is elevated to equal importance as the bricks and mortar that make up the building. At a basic level, Smart buildings can automatically control lighting, heating, ventilation and a myriad of other internal operations. However, what’s truly exciting about smart buildings is the behavioural data the sensors connected to these systems collect.

Understanding smart buildings

By analysing the data the building collects in real-time, a two-way conversation is created between the structure and its inhabitants. This means that it can learn to respond in a tailored way to different stimuli. For instance, an integrated digital ceiling can sense when people are in a room and manage the temperature and air ventilation according to their preferences.

  • CLIENT : OD & IT Solutions
  • CAMPAIGN : 2000 - 2018
  • CATEGORY : Smart Spaces
  • DATE : 2018