Smart building is changing how we use our properties. Historically, energy efficiency has been a human-driven agenda. Being energy conscious involved manually turning off lights and turning down the heating.
By linking this data to a live centralised system, users can now track whether space is vacant to conduct a meeting, or whether a particular space is under-utilised.
Automatic features can help sustain energy efficiency by regulating heating and light usage when spaces aren’t being used. This is an instantly scalable technology which can contribute greatly to reductions in cost and our carbon footprint.
In other words, there are three key technologies to realize smart buildings, which are sensors, network, and the application.