Smart technology may not always be visible in many modern buildings but it’s changing the way they operate behind the scenes. JLL Trends & insights explores how technology can help organizations get the most from their space, save on operational costs and meet their sustainability goals.
From predictive maintenance to real-time energy monitoring, today’s buildings are getting smarter – and as they do, landlords and companies are questioning where this technology can best add value.
Across the world, sensors are gradually becoming a high-tech, behind-the-scenes feature of many modern offices to boost operational efficiency, employee productivity and sustainability.
In Munich, Watson’s HQ showcases the capabilities of the Internet of Things by creating a highly connected workplace that constantly learns and adapts to the needs and behavior of the people inside to provide the right lighting and temperature. In Singapore, the Capital Tower uses a smart building management system with carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide sensors to maintain air quality.
“Smart technology can significantly help to create an attractive, customized workplace environment, as well as enhance the efficiency of building operations,” says Tomasz Mizera, CRE Technology Delivery Director, JLL. “It has huge potential for helping tenants get the most from their space, save on operational costs and meet their sustainability goals.”
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