Resources | White Papers | IoT | Economist | Jun 01, 2018

WHITE PAPER - From The Economist: IoT-Enabled Buildings are Still in Construction

Facilities management companies are investing in IoT to transform buildings worldwide. Smart devices—from smart lights to sensors in soap dispensers—are providing valuable data to help companies optimize business operations, improve space utilization and more.

Construction companies can also gain huge efficiencies from using IoT, from internal to construction sites operations.
Who will be the driving force towards IoT-enabled buildings? See perspective in this report by the Economist.  

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