The public and social housing sector has been slow to accept and integrate innovative technologies. Cities are now looking to integrate technologies into new and existing public and social housing to create more energy-efficient, healthy, safe, and cost-effective living environments. This has been accelerated by the pandemic, rising energy costs, and ESG targets.
Goals and Objectives
The goal is to provide the city, property managers, and residents with the data and tools to drive decision making, automation, and behavioral change in homes. Technologies can be targeted at specific groups such as creating “care ready” homes for older citizens to enable independent living.
Integrated building control systems, IoT modules and sensors, smart meters, occupant apps, analytics and data management, and digital twins
Use Case Summary
Smart public housing leverages technology to provide property managers and residents with the right data-driven insights and tools to improve cost and energy efficiency and livability.