The growth of smart solutions for buildings is increasingly rapidly. Intelligent solutions improve the experience for users in the building, while at the same time reduce energy consumption. But a new whitepaper describes how many smart solutions today operate in silos and reveals how to solve this paradox.
WindowMaster has just published a new whitepaper that focuses on the development of smart technologies for buildings and how these solutions can help reducing energy consumption.
The new whitepaper shows that the use of intelligent solutions in buildings has risen by more than 20 percent annually for years, and the trend is expected to develop exponentially in the future. But new research shows that many today do not achieve the expected result when smart solutions are specified simply because the many of solutions do not work together.
A new publication from Navigant Research concludes: "Individual improvements can be 5-15 percent in energy savings in buildings when operated in silos. The coordinated digital operation of all building systems can achieve savings of 35 percent or more. "
The construction industry plays a key role in combating climate change, as the energy consumption in buildings today make up 40 percent of total global consumption. The new whitepaper explains how smart and integrated solutions can help to reduce CO2 emissions and energy consumptions from buildings.
Download the free whitepaper here.