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smart buildings

Intelligent construction begins with BIM (Building Information Modeling), a digital model that allows the building and its operation to be modeled. More than a simple construction, this simple building is transformed into a set of services intended to evolve and grow over time.

Thanks to this virtual modeling, the connected building is designed and optimized upstream, with gains in terms of construction time and materials consumed. Intelligent construction must collect real data, which requires the installation of sensors to supervise everything.

This is why a simple home automation presence is not enough. It is not only about remote control, but also about real-time supervision of the building management.

We use the IoT (Internet of Things) supported by artificial intelligence.

Thus, the AI learns as it goes along to base its decisions on data without the need for human intervention!

The use of IoT also allows to take advantage of services like predictive maintenance. Thanks to new technologies, many actions are automated to make the connected building as autonomous as possible.

The IoT will measure technical defects related to production to ensure continuity of service in a factory. It can also focus on access control and housing comfort temperature for an apartment building. And these are just two examples among dozens of others!

The connected building increases user comfort

The connected building takes into account the human being at the heart of the building. Thanks to sensors, interfacing and data analysis, the smart building improves the comfort of occupants. Each data collected is analyzed and exploited by a manager to make adaptations or modifications.

The user then receives this data in order to educate him and encourage him to become more eco-responsible thanks to generally playful forms of display. An intelligent building can also improve the working conditions of employees in offices: analysis of the use of work spaces, temperature optimization algorithms, improved management of common spaces, etc.

Another example, a connected building is able to detect whether or not there is someone in the home and adapt the temperature to avoid unnecessary overheating during the day.


The connected building secures the home or building

The advantage of a connected building is that everything can be accessed remotely from a smartphone or a tablet. Home automation and artificial intelligence therefore represent secure solutions, especially when you go on vacation.

A smart building is often equipped with an interior and exterior video surveillance system (with sensors and alarms) to easily monitor comings and goings.

It is possible to control doors, shutters, and lights to deter burglars, but also to prepare your return by turning up the heat! You can also easily activate the watering of the garden and control the temperature of the pool in summer.