Smart Buildings

Convergence & Integration – Part 1 Proving the Business Case

Allan McHale, Director of Memoori reviews the business case for convergence and integration in buildings and explains why this will change the business model and have a significant impact on merger acquisition and alliance. This is a complex subject because it involves so many different stakeholders in the supply chain with some being protective of the status quo and seeing integration as a possible threat. The technology is not well understood by all and is not bound by common standards and the business requires collaboration between organisations that have previously never had a need to work together. We have in order to give proper treatment to the subject broken it down into two parts. Part 1 below develops a set of tools to explain the linkages between building control infrastructures and communications and IT and then evaluates the benefits in order to establish if it can meet the customers value propositions. We then review three […]

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