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4 step guide to implementing smart technology into your building

Although the idea of integrating smart technology into an existing buildings infrastructure may seem daunting, there are already a plethora of technology and tools available to make it seamless.

Since we spend the majority of our time inside at work and at home, it is crucial that we aim to provide an atmosphere that promotes occupant comfort, workplace productivity, and wellbeing throughout.

With that being said, here's are our 4 step guide to implementing smart IoT & remote monitoring technology into any workplace.

A reliable wireless infrastructure

Every smart building is built on a network of wireless technologies that connects users and devices to applications that can help them work and greatly increase a businesses productivity.

Invest in future-proof equipment and technology

Many of the smart technologies currently available on the market are still in their infancy. While many vendors quickly adopt new technology due to immaturity in standards and goods, it's crucial to conduct research and choose products to make sure they meet both short and long-term objectives.

Consider retrofitting

While the majority of modern smart buildings are relatively new, there are many products on the market that can be simply adapted into older structures. It is crucial to conduct research into the devices that are best for your building based on factors including building type, age, and leasing agreements.

Take baby steps in development

For a lot of people who are just getting started with smart building technology, it makes sense to start small and build up. Maybe focussing on a specific area and/or element of their workplace that they wish to adapt, before expanding the smart tech to cover more areas and aspects of site monitoring and management.

If you'd like Promptus to help you build towards making your workplace a smart one, get your FREE consultation now with Promptus Ltd, by visiting our homepage or contacting us via email at:


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