Smart buildings: How do they affect you?

Smart buildings promise their owners access to a near limitless stream of data, but what is being done with it? Is anyone using the data for anything useful?

In short, while the notion of the “smart building” is pervasive, we wanted to learn just how smart a “smart building” can be (or should be), and the benefits for contractors and trades—not just owners and tenants.

To that end, On-Site, Electrical Business, and HPAC magazines—along with our valued sponsor Procore—teamed up to conduct a discussion with panelists from three leaders to explore the ways in which smart buildings are forcing jobsites—and its stakeholders—to evolve.

GS Technologies Ltd (LON:GST), through its subsidiary, EMS Wiring Systems Pte. Ltd, provides services in the “Smart Building” sector. Smart Building is a diverse term that refers to the technological capabilities of buildings and other work place facilities.

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