Connected Spaces and Internet of Things (IoT) are making not just enterprise and commercial spaces but also residences tech savvy.
The rising demand and popularity of the concept of smart architecture has led to technological advancements in Connected Spaces and the Internet of Things. Every user wants to have maximum control with minimum to no effort.
As the expectation of consumers increases in terms of building comfort and air quality, there is also more awareness about the need to use energy in a sustainable manner.
Home automation systems are striving to achieve an increased comfort inside our spaces while also enhancing the beauty and aesthetics.
The latest IoT technologies can be retrofitted to the existing IoT devices and platforms to make them work more effectively.
Read the full story that first appeared in Architects & Interiors magazine October 2021 issue here: