For those of you who read my blog last week, you know that I suggested that technology can help in myriad ways including helping to solve the construction labor crisis. This week I want to explore this a bit further, diving a bit into a study I came across at the end of last year.
More often, residential homebuilders are incorporating technology into new homes, as a value-added service.
More often buildings and infrastructure are becoming connected, but what will this ultimately mean for the construction industry? A new program will speed deployment of devices in connected buildings.
There is a new era of building development, and Legrand, www.legrand.com, Limoges, France, is starting a program to take advantage of this growth. The Eliot program is designed to speed deployment of connected devices to create connected buildings and enhance overall user experience.
Many homebuilders have implemented smart-home technology in order to provide a value-add to clients.
Will the homes you build soon be connected, as the IoT (Internet of Things) emerges? Many stand to gain as the IoT develops in more markets.
As home-security technologies become more sophisticated, one trend is clear: home monitoring is no longer a passive activity.
Home security is an important part of owning a home. Increasingly, a connected home security system is becoming an equally important part of homeownership.
In order for smart home to take off, homebuyers must see the value these technologies can bring to their lives.
Could smart light bulbs be the IoT (Internet of Things) technology that puts smart-home solutions on the map...