Findings From The IBM Smarter Buildings Survey

Findings From The IBM Smarter Buildings Survey

A survey by IBM shows that office buildings in US lag behind the other modern systems in terms of automation and efficiency.

Naresh Kumar
  • 3 may 2010

IBM conducted the Smarter Buildings Survey to better understand consumer thinking on urban infrastructure in the wake of critical climate and economic concerns. The key finding from the survey was that office buildings in the US have not kept pace with the automation and efficiency levels of other areas of life such as transportation systems, electrical grids and automobiles, which results in added costs and loss of productivity.

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