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10 ways that cognition is shaping the
future of smart buildings
of the total cost of a building over it’s lifespan.*
For building owners,
operations represent 71%
Source: The Builder’s A...
1/3of all commercial building space
goes unused.*
Yet, approximately
Source: The Economy of Things: Extracting new value f...
Technology is driving change in the way
people use buildings.
What if your buildings could
flexibly adapt to that change?
The Internet of Things, powered by cognitive
computing, can help you tap new sources of
data to solve a multitude of busin...
Learn from energy use patterns and
recommend ways to improve energy
management.
Reduce CO2 emissions, conserve
electricity...
#2 - Security and Safety
Use video and image analytics at access control points to improve
tenant safety. Quickly identify...
#3 - Space Optimization
Analyze patterns in people
movement with data fed
from presence sensors to
improve space utilizati...
#4 - Personalization
Directly interact with building
systems through voice commands.
Get directions to a meeting room,
adj...
Use text analytics to
quickly compare and
analyze lease terms
across a portfolio of
buildings.
#5 - Lease Management
#6 - Building Maintenance
Run diagnostics on sensor data from
building systems through a natural
language interface.
Throu...
#7 - Construction Management
Increase the sophistication of
your building information
modeling. Cognitive
capabilities und...
#8 - New Leasing Models
Digitally manage and share real
estate assets and monetize in new ways.
For example, rent office s...
#9 - Health and Well-Being
Understand how changes in ambient lighting
affect the behavior and well being of
building occup...
Share data across a portfolio
of buildings, which can
proactively learn from and
adopt the best practices of
other buildin...
Data from buildings, combined with traffic, weather and utility
data, can be used to learn from and predict patterns in ci...
How can you unlock the full potential of your
buildings?
Read the Verdantix Report, Taming the Internet of Things in Build...
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For more information ibm.co/iot-buildings

For building owners, operations represent 71% of the total cost of a building over it's lifespan, but almost 1/3 of all commercial space is not being used. The ways that people use buildings are constantly changing, yet buildings are long term assets that if designed well, last hundreds of years. What if you could design buildings to flexibly adapt to change?

This flexibility is possible through Internet of Things (IoT). IoT, powered by cognitive computing, can help you tap new sources of data to solve business challenges in innovative ways. This truly disruptive technology can help you reduce the cost of operating, while at the same time, improving the experience of your occupants. Here are 10 ideas to help get you started.

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10 ways that cognitive computing is shaping the future of smart buildings

  1. 1. 10 ways that cognition is shaping the future of smart buildings
  2. 2. of the total cost of a building over it’s lifespan.* For building owners, operations represent 71% Source: The Builder’s Association, Total Cost of Ownership
  3. 3. 1/3of all commercial building space goes unused.* Yet, approximately Source: The Economy of Things: Extracting new value from the Internet of Things
  4. 4. Technology is driving change in the way people use buildings.
  5. 5. What if your buildings could flexibly adapt to that change?
  6. 6. The Internet of Things, powered by cognitive computing, can help you tap new sources of data to solve a multitude of business challenges. Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
  7. 7. Learn from energy use patterns and recommend ways to improve energy management. Reduce CO2 emissions, conserve electricity and save money by only using building systems when needed. #1 - Energy Use
  8. 8. #2 - Security and Safety Use video and image analytics at access control points to improve tenant safety. Quickly identify who should be admitted to a building or spot unusual behavior and prevent security threats.
  9. 9. #3 - Space Optimization Analyze patterns in people movement with data fed from presence sensors to improve space utilization. Redesign your retail displays based on optimal traffic patterns.
  10. 10. #4 - Personalization Directly interact with building systems through voice commands. Get directions to a meeting room, adjust the temperature in your office, or find out what’s being served in the cafeteria.
  11. 11. Use text analytics to quickly compare and analyze lease terms across a portfolio of buildings. #5 - Lease Management
  12. 12. #6 - Building Maintenance Run diagnostics on sensor data from building systems through a natural language interface. Through voice commands, send alerts to maintenance so you can intervene before systems go down or supplies run out.
  13. 13. #7 - Construction Management Increase the sophistication of your building information modeling. Cognitive capabilities understand when design conflicts arise and proactively make recommendations for how to resolve them.
  14. 14. #8 - New Leasing Models Digitally manage and share real estate assets and monetize in new ways. For example, rent office space by the hour or price dynamically based on demand and utilization.
  15. 15. #9 - Health and Well-Being Understand how changes in ambient lighting affect the behavior and well being of building occupants. Adjust light levels and hues to maximize worker productivity or help hospital patients heal faster.
  16. 16. Share data across a portfolio of buildings, which can proactively learn from and adopt the best practices of other buildings in their ecosystem. #10 - Inter-Building Communication
  17. 17. Data from buildings, combined with traffic, weather and utility data, can be used to learn from and predict patterns in cities, such as traffic jams or energy shortages. Cognitive IoT has the potential to transform how we think about buildings, cities -- and beyond. It takes an ecosystem.
  18. 18. How can you unlock the full potential of your buildings? Read the Verdantix Report, Taming the Internet of Things in Buildings and learn how to use your building data for business benefit. Visit ibm.co/IoT-buildings to learn more.

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For more information ibm.co/iot-buildings For building owners, operations represent 71% of the total cost of a building over it's lifespan, but almost 1/3 of all commercial space is not being used. The ways that people use buildings are constantly changing, yet buildings are long term assets that if designed well, last hundreds of years. What if you could design buildings to flexibly adapt to change? This flexibility is possible through Internet of Things (IoT). IoT, powered by cognitive computing, can help you tap new sources of data to solve business challenges in innovative ways. This truly disruptive technology can help you reduce the cost of operating, while at the same time, improving the experience of your occupants. Here are 10 ideas to help get you started.

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