Smart or intelligent building infrastructure allows organizations to rapidly benefit from the latest developments and designs in construction and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Smart Cities have been hailed as an innovative way forward on the journey toward building and managing efficient, sustainable urban spaces in terms of resource use, ecological impact and the quality of life of its inhabitants.
Companies worldwide are significantly reducing costs and risks and improving uptime and asset lifespan by using Internet of Things (IoT) systems not only to prevent and react to problems but to predict when an issue or failure is likely to occur.
There is no doubt that the modern workspace is evolving. New workplace attitudes, fueled by the global pandemic, have centered the office as the hub for collaborative work while also being responsible for an employee’s well-being and productivity.
Building Management Systems (BMS) or Building Automation Systems (BAS) are the central control units responsible for maintaining operational efficiency and occupancy comfort. This usually includes control of HVAC, fume collection, steam systems, plumbing, lighting, electrical systems and fire safety (Ref).