Building intelligence into buildings

Integrating artificial intelligence into building ecosystems

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Experts on the topic Today, people, buildings, campuses and even entire cities are able to operate in new and different ways. As artificial intelligence (AI) is integrated with building systems and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, it has the potential to improve occupant experience, increase operational efficiency and optimize space and asset utilization. In the recent IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) study, “The human-machine interchange,” 76 percent of Chief Operating Officers reported that increasing automation in facility and asset management will have a positive impact on operational efficiency.1 Although cost-control measures and flexibility remain key objectives, creating compelling, emotionally rich experiences is the new frontier.

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Nina Desrocher

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, Partner, Building & Asset Optimization,
Mark Peterson

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, VP, Partner and Global Lead, Building and Asset Optimization, IoT.

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