A Smart Buildings Implementation Model for Interdisciplinary Teams


No longer are buildings built to provide just a comfortable location for which to work, live, learn, and heal. Today, buildings are required to deliver secure technology services and engaging, productive experiences to its occupants all while making sure the structure is efficient, reduces costs, and has a lower environmental impact. A smart building uses an integrated set of technology, systems, and infrastructure to optimize building performance and occupant experience. To realize the promise of a smart building, leaders need to plan beyond the installation of a single property technology or a request from one department – it requires an integrated, organizational-wide adoption and deployment model. This LEDG guide introduces the Smart Building Implementation Model© that helps organizations take the right steps to plan, design, and deploy a smart building.


LEDG Guide: A Smart Buildings Implementation Model for Interdisciplinary Teams

Organization Type: Business Enterprise
Article Type: Best Practices/Case Study
Industry: Smart Energy
Focus: General Info
Location: Greater Augusta
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