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Critical Challenges to Technology Adoption in Smart Buildings



As commercial buildings continue to grow in size and use, their complexity has also increased exponentially. These smart buildings must support thousands of users and subsystems in order to ensure increased tenant comfort, safety, and efficiency. With this complexity, a multitude of challenges such as disparate systems, unplanned disruptions, and an overall lack of data strategy occurs.

By leveraging IoT in buildings, opportunities to automate many aspects of building management are created, this allows building operators and tenants to gain actionable insights that enable them to save on operational expenses and environmental efficiency.

Our TwinWorX software allows for interoperability between numerous vendors, OEMs service providers, and subsystems. Through our data connectivity and analytics processes, building systems can optimize energy resources, enhance asset performances and provide new levels of actionable insight to improve the interoperability of their infrastructure subsystems and IoT applications. Additionally, with our rule-based approach, any regulatory condition—laws, policies, standards, and agreements that will affect how the components interrelate can be incorporated. This collaborative approach will exponentially increase the data flow among multiple stakeholders, reducing the information gap that presently stymies response efforts. Having this ability is critical in lowering unplanned disruptions and derisking environments.

Through our intuitive and robust interfaces and dashboards, building operators can easily monitor, control, optimize, visualize, and act on real-time and historical insights. Additionally, by harnessing the flexibility and capabilities of Azure IoT and Azure Digital Twins, our TwinWorX platform ensures that all brownfield or greenfield projects achieve the needed scalability, security, and disaster recovery thereby meeting all current and future requirements.

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