The market for smart buildings is expected to exceed $100 billion by 2024, according to a study by marketsandmarkets cited by Bloomberg. That’s a phenomenal
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The Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) 40 Under 40 award is given annually to 40 nonresidential building industry professionals ages 40 and younger who stand out through an assortment of personal and professional aspects of their lives.
Whether for HVAC, lighting, or Building Automation Systems, smart building technology options abound these days.
The smart building market is expected to grow to nearly $60 billion by 2025 from only $8.7 billion a few years ago, according to Brandessence Market Research.
Answers to the questions of what constitutes a smart building platform and how it can work in your building are quite diverse.
As the saying goes: Everything’s bigger in Texas. That may be why ESD’s Jim Vallort – who’s been giving presentations from Hong Kong to Wisconsin this year – will be giving two talks on one day in the Lone Star State.
Smart buildings – ones connected by the Internet of Things to make effective decisions – increase energy efficiency and decrease the chance of detrimental environmental impacts.