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Smart Building Ecosystems

In a smart building, traditionally separated domains like parking, access management, facility management, WiFi, lighting and audio-video should work seamlessly together. In this white paper, we take a look under the hood and delve into the relationships, interactions and roles that comprises the elaborate ecosystem of  smart building.

Anne Wernand
by Anne Wernand

Innovation through co-creation

In a smart building, traditionally separated domains like parking, access management, facility management, WiFi, lighting and audio-video should work seamlessly together. The key to success lies in exploring new ways of creating partnerships with companies willing to work together in realising truly smart buildings.In this white paper, we take a look under the hood and delve into the relationships, interactions and roles that comprises the elaborate ecosystem of  smart building.


Content

  • Collaboration is key in a smart building
  • The software ecosystem
  • Managing an ecosystem
  • Smart building technology
  • Conclusion

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