Smart buildings utilize the technology of typically automating a building’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Lighting may also be automated in some cases, making it a comprehensive building automation system.
Building automation is a classic example of a distributed control system whereby the electronic devices help control mechanical aspects such as humidity, heat, ventilation, security, fire safety, and various other aspects. Building automation involves the implementation of required infrastructure such as sensors, controls, lighting, air handlers, central plant, and alarms/security. The scope of building automation may be implemented in a smaller scope, such as a single room for videoconferencing.
Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) involves the implementation of a software platform to optimize the utilization of a company’s assets, such as infrastructure, real estate space, and resources. Available as an integrated software or individual modules that may be scaled over time, IWMS are used by landlords, real estate firms, and companies with a large workforce, or any organization that wishes to optimize their space utilization in a smart method.
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