In the heart of any city is an incredibly busy world, full of responsibilities and non-stop work. Imagine, then, how much chaos would ensue if the building housing thousands of employees and principal business weren’t managed properly? A nightmare! That’s why smart buildings are now the way of the future.
Therefore, to avoid such inconvenience Smart Building Solutions solves an array of potential problems involving building management. Smart Building Solutions was once the dream of many tech-lovers; a system using intelligent infrastructure to make people’s lives more automated, efficient and secure. Well, it’s now starting to happen in real life with IoT energy and the use of embedded computing, sensors, and analytics.
IoT Energy’s Smart Building Solutions are an integrated system composed of an intelligent space that heightens efficiency, convenience, security, and more by gathering and evaluating sensor data, helping building managers conceptualize information in order to make fast and precise judgements. Property owners and managers of small- and medium-sized buildings have long understood the substantial cost savings and efficiency gains from building automation, but the needed investment was prohibitively high prior to IoT’s Smart Building Solutions. With this, it is possible to manage and control temperatures, ventilation, lighting, access, parking, room occupancy, elevators and energy usage in a facility, either on-site or remotely.
Features and Benefits of Smart Buildings
Integrated with the IoT Energy smart energy grid, smart buildings and homes exemplify a massive prospect to decrease power consumption by businesses and families. Power suppliers can take advantage of proficiencies based on the schedules and usage patterns of building occupants. IoT Energy smart power meters and appliances can have an easy interconnection with intelligent energy sources which help balance supply and demand. Green buildings, LEED certification, and net-zero energy consumption will become increasingly commonplace.
Remote monitoring and control
Building operators and residential clients will be able to monitor utility consumption and control heating, lighting, safety, and security systems from offsite. For smart commercial buildings, that means being able to monitor multiple properties from a centralized asset management location, communicate to onsite maintenance crews, and take control of systems in a fire or other emergency.
Analytical building maintenance
Sensors in a smart building’s mechanical constituents will alert engineers when a part needs attention, decreasing the time and labor costs associated with routine inspections and precautionary maintenance.
As our society’s demographics continue to evolve the modern building will need to support independent living at older ages. With sensors, controllers, and intelligence, smart buildings can provide telemedical resolutions or other procedural help for aging people, enabling true ambient-assisted living.
Whether it’s environmental controls, communication interfaces, video surveillance, or energy conservation, IoT Energy can help a start-up with its IoT Energy solutions that balance with your finances and every day schedule. The increasing focus on making buildings more energy efficient, secure and responsive to changing conditions is resulting in an overabundance of Web-enabled technologies. Building management systems are not only more tightly integrated with each other, but they are also integrated with systems outside the building, such as the smart grid.