Smart Buildings – The Future is Now
Smart buildings – Since the Industrial Revolution, it has been a goal of architects to create buildings and homes. That can automatically adjust and respond to the people inside and the environment outside. These functions of these intelligent buildings were originally conceived for the purpose of making life easier for the inhabitants. But over time, advances in modern technology has seen these once dreamed of features become reality.
The rapid growth of suburbia after World War II created a boom of homes that incorporated energy-efficiency in their design. During the computer age of the late 1970’s through the 1980’s and 90’s. It became possible to control certain functions of a home through a central, remote location. At present, these energy-efficient building practices combine them with materials and building techniques that are environmentally friendly. As well as a building management system that reduces energy consumption and improves the quality of life of its inhabitants.
A smart buildings works efficiently
A smart buildings works efficiently to control air quality and temperature, maximizing its output of clean air, while minimizing the amount of environmentally harmful byproducts. Using as little energy as possible, or creating its own …