The world gets smarter at times. Voice recognition allows us to ask devices to do certain tasks such as turning the house lights on and off, turning on the radio, turning on the TV, or turning on a certain channel. This is just some of the things that smart buildings do.
By example sapeople in agriculture also use sensors, machinery and certain mobile applications to know when to water Fields.
In most industries, different smart technologies are being used to add more value to their products and services through devices and systems that are connected to each other. These systems collect all the information, monitor it and exchange it. They also analyze the data with the sole purpose of improving the user experience.
As cities are smarter, so are infrastructure and buildings.
What are buildings smart and what features do they have?
Smart buildings are those buildings that are equipped with automation systems, light controls, heating, ventilation, fire alarms, building access controls, video surveillance cameras and a long etc. But smart buildings are characterized not only by having all these systems but also by being connected to each other in an integrated, dynamic and functional way.
The smart buildings must primarily meet the goal of meet all the needs of each, but they are also the ones who have minimise the energy costs of all these systems and also control the impact of these systems on the environment.
Within the concept of intelligent building, all kinds of construction is encompassed as a house, commercial premises, offices, industries, health, cultural and leisure, public and private administrations…
¿Qué objetivos deben conseguir los edificios inteligentes?
- Smart buildings must reduce the costs of maintaining and operating the building in addition to extending its service life. (economic aspects)
- Smart buildings must meet a number of environmental commitments, such as environmentally friendly materials. In addition, they must optimize the lighting and natural ventilation of the building, have a forecast of the reduction of waste that can be polluting… (environmental aspects)
- Smart buildings need to have integrated services by automating facilities and controlled by telecommunications systems. (technological aspects)
- Smart buildings must meet needs such as comfort, safety, durability, as well as a practical and flexible design in case you have to do renovations. (architectural aspects)
Three of the smartest and most famous buildings in the world.
NA House in Japan.
Of no, Japan has one of the most important and curious smart homes in the world. This smart home is located in Tokyo, it is a villa of 85 square meters composed of twenty movable platforms. The owners of this house wanted to live as nomads so the architect Sou Fujimoto proposed to them to build a transparent house that would allow them to have a life similar to living in a tree.
Without having walls the house has greater ventilation, cooling and greater natural light. The different floors are connected by stairs that may or may not be fixed.
House + Spacio in Spain.
This house built by the company +Spacio and located in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid, is a smart home that has the award for the Best Domotic Project of 2014. It is a detached villa of 200 square meters with all home automation systems. Air conditioning, blinds, sounds, housing security, lighting… all controlled via mobile phone.
Ian Mercer’s smart home in America
This is a country house located in Seattle. The house is owned by Ian Mercer, the Nextbase owner and Microsoft executive. The secret of this house is that it speaks and satisfies all the needs of the inhabitants just by listening to them, and is that the house is full of sensors and speakers with which it communicates with the inhabitants of the house, controls the lights, ventilation and heating of the House.
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