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What to Expect from an Intelligent Building?

By Construction Tech Review | Monday, April 13, 2020

Besides saving money and enhancing the environment, searching for new business models within a conservative business is also considered an essential element for property technology development.

FREMONT, CA: Property buyers and caretakers throughout the real estate industry are getting closely-knitted to the smart building trends. Smart building as a term itself is loosely tossed around most of the time, which in general is referred to as a network-enabled building management system that helps in automating every building operation.

The building owners, as well as the investor, are now focusing on how to encounter pressure and manage costs, along with negligible energy consumption, with the help of smart building technologies. Smart building technology investments shell out for themselves in a span of one or two years only by delivering better energy savings and other operational efficiencies. Apart from that, steering the fast reimburse is the low cost of automated building technology, which also tends to fall as an adaptation that has multiplied.

Top 10 Construction Tech Startups - 2019As compared to the energy-related building developments, smart building technology demands a minor upfront expenditure, while delivering reduced operational expenditures. By leveraging automated systems, intelligent buildings can spend less on the operations of the building operating, as a result providing a long-term benefit in operational spending.

Several studies and reports have shown that tenants and their advisors mostly prefer smart building features like zoned HVAC, classy equipment maintenance alert systems, developed security systems, as well as green buildings at times. Keeping in mind their expectations, it seems like an improvement in sustainability could also make the building more desirable to the tenants.

Smart building technologies carry the potential to produce energy savings of 10-20 percent every year, instantly after the implementation, with more possibilities to improve when it comes to incremental advances in due course. Readdressing the energy spent on building efficiency has helped a few corporate decision-makers to attain reputational benefits of doing the ideal thing by nature. Additionally, they have gained essential performance and productivity improvements. To add to a feather to the hat, a smart building system also can determine and report greenhouse gas emissions.

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