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The IoT future of building automation

It has been an amazing year of change As the millenniums move out of mom's basement, university's dorms, coffee shops, and free wi-fi zones, it is their time I am extremely pleased with our collection of industry thought leaders and relevant content

I am overwhelmed by the number of balls I have thrown in the air. AutomatedBuildings does not create change but is a catalysis and harbinger of change. It has been a time when the industry has wanted to shoot us as the messenger but is now coming to the realization and confirmation that IoT is for sure the future of Building Automation.

IoT changes everything, embedding in our future the ability to hostel the people that fuel function, purpose, productivity, and innovation. New metrics will evolve, new IoT measured variables from the data from our buildings such as well-being, satisfaction, stress, innovation and contribution to corporate purpose, of course comfort and energy efficiency are major factors but no longer the only parameters.

The lighting LED revolution brings us the new tools to allow a closer personal relationship with light; it's color, it's art and amazing effects on the new metrics. This revolution coupled with our much talked about self-learning edge revolution sees every lighting fixture and air conditioning outlet becoming a self-learning device with automated interaction from the resident occupant's mobile device when detected.

As the millenniums move out of mom's basement, university's dorms, coffee shops, and free wi-fi zones, it is their time. When they are requested to appear in the corporate cubical, they are questioning the purpose, location, and function of our existing buildings...

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