Sensors

Smart Cities

Do Smart Cities Work in Developing Countries?

August 25th, 2022
Smart Buildings

Kieback&Peter Building Automation Business and Financials Examined

August 23rd, 2022
Smart Cities

A New Dawn for Solar Power in the Smart Buildings Sector?

There are over 8 billion square meters of rooftops on which solar panels could be installed in the US alone. This represents over 1 terawatt of potential solar capacity, which is roughly equivalent to all the installed solar power on earth today, or 6% of global energy consumption. Furthermore, recent advances in solar panel efficiency and usability […]

Security

Building Better Fire Protection with Smart Technology

The destructive relationship between fire and buildings is as old as the history of buildings themselves. Fire protection has been a key reason for the development of new materials, construction methods, and safety protocols since the earliest buildings and each major fire acts as a trigger for innovation and regulation. The response to the Great Fire […]

Smart Buildings

Belimo Group 2021 Financials and Growth Strategy Examined

In this Research Note, we examine the Belimo Group, based on their 2021 annual report, investor presentations and their long-term growth strategy in the building automation field devices sector. Belimo Group, a listed company on the Swiss Stock Exchange, is headquartered in Hinwil, Switzerland with approximately 2,000 employees. The group is a market leader in field devices for […]

Smart Buildings

Are Data Privacy Laws Good or Bad for the Smart Buildings Market?

What if there were no privacy laws for smart buildings? Would it really be good for business? Would it really be bad for occupants? Would the building be smarter? Would anyone want to live or work there? These are some of the many questions floating around the smart building sector as rapid technological development outstrips […]

Security

Solving the Smart Building Cybersecurity Problem with AI

“The most important and urgent problems of the technology of today are no longer the satisfactions of the primary needs or of archetypal wishes, but the reparation of the evils and damages by the technology of yesterday,” said the late Hungarian-British electrical engineer and Nobel prize-winning physicist, Dennis Gabor, CBE, FRS. In our modern world, […]

Smart Buildings

GIS Goes Indoors to Bring a New Level of Visual Data Intelligence to Buildings

Geographic information system (GIS) has been around for a long time, dating back to the 1960’s or earlier by many accounts, it has helped urban and regional planners better understand their environment with data rich mapping. In recent decades, GIS has become an important business tool, helping companies understand patterns, trends, and relationships by using […]

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