Let’s face it, green energy is a “hot” issue. There are many discussions on how to deploy clean, renewable energy as well as conserve it. Deploying an intelligent building infrastructure is a great way to reduce overall energy costs in buildings and facilities. An intelligent building can monitor and control many things such as video surveillance, security systems, HVAC, communications and lighting.
And it is much more than just simply turning the lights on and off from one central location. An intelligent building can provide a holistic view of the built environment through its lighting system. Sensors in the lighting can be used to ensure that heating and cooling of a space occurs only when it is occupied, determine if conference rooms are available or assess how well space is being utilized, heated and cooled. All this data can provide facility managers with the ability to minimize overall building costs while enhancing employee and workspace productivity.
CommScope’s collaboration with Redwood Systems demonstrates its continued push to develop and deploy intelligent energy efficient solutions in various telecommunications markets. It’s time to light up intelligent buildings the right way.
CommScope's Koen ter Linde, vice president, Enterprise sales, Europe, and Redwood Systems' Brent Boekestein, director, business development, discuss how intelligent buildings harness technology and link building systems to supply more efficiency, higher productivity and increased comfort.
Intelligent Buildings harness technology and link building systems in order to supply more efficiency, higher productivity and increased comfort. The global trend among innovative buildings is toward a comprehensive infrastructure solution that CommScope calls Intelligent Building Infrastructure Solutions or IBIS.
Redwood Systems' building-performance lighting platform.
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