Institutions strive to reduce costs of building operations, operate more sustainability, and meet green energy targets. Smart buildings ensure occupant safety while helping save significant energy and other costs. Institutions are beginning to deploy IoT technologies that utilize advanced automation and integrate systems to monitor, control, and optimize operations.
Goals and Objectives
The end goal is optimization — the deployment of a set of building systems capable of adapting in real time to both internal policies and external signals. This is achieved by monitoring building systems to optimize energy and operational efficiency, as well as track usage and occupancy.
Integrated building control and building management systems, IoT modules and sensors, LED lighting, smart elevators, analytics and data management, and predictive maintenance analytics
Use Case Summary
University facilities are managed to ensure operational efficiency and optimized energy usage. IT and OT systems manage how other building equipment operates, such as HVAC, to use energy in the most cost-effective way. Analytics and data management tools manage increasing data volumes and make this data understandable and actionable.