Smart Buildings (IOT)

Smart Buildings and Infrastructure generate useful and targeted information about buildings and its occupants. Information generated can be used to trigger automatic responses from the building itself, the Facilities or Property Manager. In order for new or existing buildings to position themselves to be relevant and remain integrated into the Smart City of the future, these buildings will have to convert into Smart Buildings by adopting Smart Technologies.

The efficient and sustainable management of Buildings and Facilities require Smart Technology Platforms and the use of automated technology in its building systems. Smart buildings require Sensors that monitor and report on the building’s equipment and infrastructure as well as the behavior of its occupants.

Smart Buildings collect information through the use of sensors and the connectivity of these buildings as both senders and receivers of information speaks to the fact the smart buildings are part of the Internet of Things (IOT).

The World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts that by 2024 over 50% of home internet traffic will be for Smart Appliances and Devices.

Building Intelligence:

We consult, design and install Smart Building Technologies to enable new or existing buildings to be upgraded into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Industry 4.0. Meet your Global Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) by partnering with SixD Consulting.

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Advantages of Smart Buildings:
  • Reduce utility costs
  • Optimise use of space
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Remain competitive
  • Become an asset to a Smart City
  • Create flexibility to adapt to market changes
  • Reduce operating risk
  • Lower insurance costs
  • Digitise asset management
  • Create the Platform for 6D BIM, Facilities Management



What we Offer:
  • Building Management Systems (BMS)
  • Commercial Wi-Fi Installations
  • Infrastructure Sensors (Energy, Water)
  • Occupancy Sensors (Lighting, Climate, Presence)
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