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6 'smart' ways to improve building and organizational management efficiency.

Updated: Sep 13, 2020

A successful smart building implementation must have a focus on customer needs and wants. To make buildings smart, customer participation must be relied upon to achieve increased security, efficiency, utilization, cost/time savings, and satisfaction. Below are some examples of how customers can participate in smart building implementations that ultimately aim to improve their building and management efficiency;

  • customers can have access to and regularly evaluate their security and access profiles, patterns, and trends, in real time, and make ongoing regular adjustments and improvements

  • customers can adjust their key management patterns and practices to minimize their costs and optimize staff time efficiencies.

  • Customers can invest in other ‘smart connected’ security and access control products that can respond to price reductions, such as wireless cloud based; self-monitoring intruder alarms; door open too long alarms; self-monitoring CCTV.

  • Customers can reduce building energy consumption and energy costs, also known as ‘smart energy management’ such as installing smart thermostats and smart lighting, and monitoring an analysing their data.

  • Customers can participate in other building related health, safety and environment improvements with connected ‘smart’ sensors, such as preventing fire outbreaks, managing water usage, and noise detection

  • Customers can have access to a central cloud IoT platform, which is secure, scalable, and manageable, enabling all data from a variety of IoT products and services to be captured and analyzed in one platform. A strong IoT platform can respond, adapt and optimize building and organizational management in new innovative ways.

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