Smart Building - the intelligently networked building

Smart building refers to an intelligent building that uses technologies and networked systems such as a LoRaWAN network to improve efficiency, comfort and sustainability. By integrating sensors, automating them and analysing data, a smart building can optimise energy consumption, indoor air quality or facility management. It allows personalised settings, automatic adjustments and intuitive control. The goal is to create a smart ecosystem that meets the needs of users while being resource-efficient and environmentally friendly.

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What are the advantages of building automation?     

  Energy efficiency

The integration of intelligent systems can significantly reduce energy consumption and costs. Automated control of lighting, heating and air conditioning ensures optimal use and savings.

  Comfort and productivity

Smart buildings offer a personalised and customisable environment. Users can make individual settings and the building automatically adapts to their needs. A pleasant indoor climate and well-controlled lighting, promote well-being and increase productivity.

  Improved indoor air quality

Intelligent sensors continuously monitor indoor air quality and regulate ventilation accordingly. This contributes to a healthy and pleasant environment by keeping pollutants and humidity at optimal levels.

  Efficient facility management

The integration of networked systems makes facility management much easier. Maintenance needs and malfunctions are automatically detected, resulting in a faster response and more efficient use of resources.

  Improved security

Smart buildings offer advanced security features such as surveillance systems, access control and emergency alarms. Motion sensors can detect unusual activity and trigger action.


Smart buildings contribute to reducing the ecological footprint. Through energy savings and optimised use of resources, CO2 emissions are reduced and the environmental impact is lowered.

Who benefits from a smart building?

Smart Office

Enterprise and Smart Office

Companies benefit from smart buildings as they can offer improved energy efficiency and reduce costs. By integrating IoT technology, companies can monitor and control energy consumption to optimise resources. In addition, smart buildings enable efficient space planning and use, which can lead to higher employee productivity. This and other applications are also summarised under the term Smart Office.

Real estate management

Property management and flat owners:

Residents of residential buildings benefit from smart buildings through increased comfort and convenience. IoT networks enable the control of lighting, heating, air conditioning and other devices via smart home systems. Residents can personalise settings, optimise energy consumption and adapt their living environment to their needs. This increases the value and attractiveness of a property as well as the potential for energy savings and more efficient facility management. But submetering is also an important topic for smart buildings.

Retail trade

Retail, gastronomy and hotels

Retail, hospitality and hotels - the service sector can benefit from smart buildings as IoT networks offer the opportunity to improve the experience and increase sales. By analysing data, such as visitor flows, smart buildings can optimise facility management requirements. They also enable efficient control of lighting and air conditioning to create a comfortable environment. Energy management can play a decisive role here, so that the smart building not only creates added value, but also saves cash.

Educational institutions

Educational institutions and government buildings

Schools, universities and other institutions, such as government buildings, can benefit from smart buildings by reducing energy consumption and lowering operating costs. Smart lighting systems and air conditioning can be automatically adjusted to save energy when rooms are not in use. In addition, IoT networks can improve security by integrating surveillance systems such as motion sensors or monitoring the indoor climate.

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