Smart Buildings

We Already Have The Technology, Now We Need It To Work Together

In 2022, we already have the tools to make buildings smarter. What the smart buildings industry needs to do now, is to make their technology more accessible. "What the next decade is likely to bring us in building automation and integration is access. This means access between systems that have traditionally been independent, access to the systems for the technical people supporting buildings, and access to information the building has about use and performance for decision-makers,” says Kyle Knudten, principal at McClure Engineering. “This access will let building owners and operators make more informed decisions about space utilization, improve the user’s environment, and meet energy and carbon reduction goals." You can compare the evolution of smart buildings with the evolution of the internet. When the internet was launched in 1983, only the few people involved in creating it had access. Gradually, that circle of people widened and pioneering first movers emerged to drive the technology forwards, but that […]

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