Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister is editor of IFSEC Global. A former managing editor at Dynamis Online Media Group, he has been at the helm of the UK's leading fire and security publication since 2014.
January 10, 2017

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The smart buildings report 2017: installed base, benefits and challenges, cyber threat and barriers to adoption

The smart buildings report 2017

IFSEC Global recently polled hundreds of professionals involved in the building supply chain and management of commercial premises to understand the changing ‘smart building’ landscape.

You can now discover the fascinating results by downloading this report.

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Simply complete the short form and the report will download automatically.

The report yields insights like:

  • Half of those surveyed said they classified their building systems as
    ‘smart’
  • Of those who did not regard their
    building systems as ‘smart’, 46% said that they
    expected smart functionality to be introduced within the
    next 12-24 months
  • Of those who did classify their building as
    smart, 70% felt that there was room for improvement

 

“Solving issues related to data privacy, security and interoperability of devices with wireless protocols is the key to surpassing the smart building industry’s IoT expectations.” Frost & Sullivan

With the internet of thing gaining traction by the day, remarkable advances are being made in the world of building control. Truly ‘smart’ buildings – and defining what that actually means accounts for one of the report’s chapter – can now make a measurable difference to a company’s culture, environmental footprint and bottom line.

The smart buildings report 2017 includes the following chapters:

  • What exactly is the difference between ‘intelligent’ and ‘smart’?
  • It’s all about data and analytics
  • Installed based and perceived benefits
  • Challenges/barriers to adoption
  • Cyber security
  • Conclusion

To download the The smart buildings report 2017, simply complete the short form and a PDF will download automatically.

 

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