Smart buildings integrate technology and IoT data to provide solutions to frequent issues such as overspending and inefficiency in building construction and use. One of the major advantages of smart technology is the ability to adapt well with both commercial as well as residential spaces.

With the use of sensors, such as occupancy and people counters, actionable data about how the buildings is really used can be gathered to enable it to perform better. Data analytics about equipment performance can also optimize maintenance schedules towards condition-based maintenance. Below are 4 of the most common use cases that are being implemented within smart infrastructures worldwide that see almost immediate ROI post implementation.

There is no limit to the benefits of incorporating IoT devices within your infrastructure. Advantages include improved productivity of staff, efficient operation management, better use of resources and assets, and improved worker safety. Combined with advanced data analytics, organizations can leverage this technological breakthrough in positioning themselves to adapt to any future disruptions.