Companies first ventured into digital building technologies to save energy (and streamline operations and maintenance costs), namely through LED lighting, HVAC-system upgrades, or a combination of both as part of larger building management systems. While energy efficiency is still one of the main drivers for investing in connected building technologies, a new survey Challenges of Implementing Connected Building Projects by technology research firm IDC indicates that adding intelligence to a building is another strong priority.
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