New buildings must meet a lot of requirements: they must be efficient, comfortable but also economical in daily use.
We spend up to 90% of our lives in buildings, and we believe that everything people do in life deserves a perfect place to do so.
While it is true that today's buildings need to be efficient, reliable and secure - these features are not enough to name a truly smart building. Adaptability is crucial. The smart building interacts with the people, systems, and external elements around them. She learns from past experiences and real-time entries.
It adapts to the needs of people and their businesses by increasing comfort, efficiency, durability and safety.
New buildings must meet a lot of requirements: they must be attractively designed, functional and economical in everyday use. They must allow flexible use of the space and be adaptable to the wishes of individual tenants.
Healthy and productive spaces play a major role in our lives and today, being more important than ever. So what can a building do for human health? Increasing well-being and productivity: room sensors, operating units and thermostats can provide a healthy and productive indoor climate.