Emerging Trends for Eco-Friendly Smart Buildings

Extreme climatic conditions are rapidly becoming a reality all across the world. Countries are facing new kinds of climatic conditions each year. From wildfires to floods, emerging constructions need to be able to face any calamity

FREMONT, CA: Commercial and industrial office buildings consume nearly 30 percent of global energy. The impact of this on the environment is massive. International bodies and nations are working hand in hand to reduce global power usage. The aim is to sustain the planet’s natural resources for future generations. In recent years there has been increasing concern for environmental impacts, and it is hard to overlook the damage caused by commercial buildings. The majority of the proptech trends have been focused on limiting the environmental impact of constructions. Commercial real estate technology has significantly advanced and has been driving the change towards more sustainable construction. Here are some of the emerging eco-friendly smart building trends.

Paving a Path for Smart Building Sustainability via Net-Zero Buildings

Net-zero certified projects are designed to neutralize or positively redress carbon emissions, water consumption, solid waste to landfill, and their impacts on ecology. There will be a sharp rise in the number of these projects. An increasing number of building owners are adapting to technological changes a part of the Advancing Net Zero global initiative, launched by The World Green Building Council, to accelerate the development of net-zero carbon buildings to 100 percent by 2050. This means building owners will have to evaluate building operations to see where negative environmental impact can be mitigated.

Making Smart Buildings Resilient against Climate Change

Extreme climatic conditions are rapidly becoming a reality all across the world. Countries are facing new kinds of climatic conditions each year. From wildfires to floods, emerging constructions need to be able to face any calamity. These dynamic climate changes will become the driving factor for smart building innovation. The protection of commercial and industrial buildings will emerge as a significant area of growth. Building owners will take a more calculated approach to the design and construction of their buildings to mitigate against any kind of environmental damage.

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring in Smart Buildings

Air quality has become an essential aspect of daily life. Health and wellness have become a prominent area under the umbrella of smart living. Studies have demonstrated that a strong correlation exists between high concentrations of CO2 and diminished cognitive performance in the workplace. The indoor air quality will become a prominent area for innovation.

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