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Smart, Internet-connected sensors to drive growth in the integrated building management systems market

The integrated building management systems market and it is poised to grow by USD 9.70 billion during 2019-2023, progressing at a CAGR of over 12% during the forecast period, a recent market research report from Technavio has been able to suggest. And smart, IoT solutions will be some of the main growth drivers in the sector.

A smart building uses automation to control numerous building operations automatically like heating, ventilation, air conditioning, energy management, security, and other systems. These systems comprise multiple types of electronic components and smart devices like microchips, sensors, microprocessors, and microcontrollers to gather and process pertinent information and handle them to regulate the building’s operations automatically.

This helps the building’s owner and facility managers to decrease the use of energy, facilitate best use of building space, increase performance, enhance level of comfort, and decrease environmental degradation.

The major factor propelling the growth of the global smart building market is the growing implementation of IoT-supported building management systems. Further, the increasing awareness regarding space usage because of the growing population is also expected to drive the market expansion in the years to come.

Moreover, the rising energy prices and environmental worries like pollution and carbon emissions are anticipated to fuel the growth of the global smart building market during the forecast period. The rising industry criteria and rules for building construction is also projected to boost the market expansion. In addition, the unceasingly increasing requirement for energy-efficient building solutions around the world is surging the demand within the market.

HeatingSave Building Energy Monitoring Systems – the perfect solutions to enhance consumer awareness on consumption patterns

The HeatingSave Building Energy Monitor is a wireless management system that collects information from sensors placed in a building. It is unobtrusive and causes minimal disruption during installation. The system collects internal and external temperature data, along with information on how the heating system works and details of energy use. It also monitors the way a building is used in terms of its occupancy and the occupants’ activities and lifestyles.

Using a password protected standard WiFi connection, sensors can quickly be set up to review and quantitatively analyse the data with user-friendly software graphics, via a laptop, PC, mobile phone or tablet-based device.

A cable connection to the building router also enables data to be uploaded to HeatingSave’s cloud storage servers, where it can be analysed by sophisticated software. This provides a clear understanding of the real impact of energy efficiency measures, for example through pre-installation analysis and post-installation monitoring.

Building owners can access their energy usage details online to help them manage energy use more efficiently. This information is presented using a dashboard system that provides consolidated and drill down views of the energy use data.

If you’d like to find out more about the HeatingSave Building Energy Monitor and just how easily it can be deployed within any home, just contact us, and we’ll be more than happy to answer any of your questions and queries.

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