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Today, IoT technologies are everywhere. Particularly in buildings. And there are many possible applications: greater comfort, better use of technical equipment, more services… but above all greater energy efficiency. The IoT has a key role to play in this highly topical area.
Using IoT solutions not only makes it easier to monitor energy consumption (water, gas, electricity), but also to detect leaks quickly and adapt the operation of technical equipment (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) to the actual use of the building.
Intelligent sensors located in different areas of the building continuously collect valuable information about light levels and temperature. Once analysed, this data can be used to adjust the use of technical equipment accordingly.
In conclusion, the IoT helps to reduce energy consumption in a building through more intelligent and adaptive management of equipment and systems. This translates into energy savings, greater environmental sustainability and better cost control.
Enhance and preserve property assets
By installing IoT sensors on water, gas, electricity or heat meters, it becomes possible to monitor and analyse changes in consumption.
The data collected can ultimately be used to identify ways of optimising the use of energy-consuming equipment. An alert system also ensures that you are informed of any abnormal consumption, so that you can act as quickly as possible to regulate it.
Our IoT solutions are used for sub-metering, to isolate and measure the consumption of a specific room or piece of equipment.
Monitor ambient temperature and humidity levels on a daily basis also helps to protect the building from potential damage, such as the appearance of mould.
The sensors’ alert function means you can be informed quickly and take action as quickly as possible if thresholds are exceeded.
IoT sensors can be used to record, measure and analyse ambient factors in a room, such as temperature, humidity, presence and light levels.
Analysis of the data collected enables the use of equipment (lighting, heating, air conditioning, ventilation) to be adjusted to the actual conditions of use of the building, in order to make energy savings.
Energy consumption in buildings is one of the biggest environmental challenges we face.
Responsible for 45% of final energy consumption in France and more than 20% of greenhouse gas emissions, residential and tertiary buildings are the second biggest consumer of energy in France, well ahead of transport and industry.
The Tertiary Sector Decree and the BACS Decree impose obligations on tertiary sector buildings to reduce their energy consumption.
To meet these targets, the use of IoT sensors is essential. Thanks to the IoT and connected objects, it is now easy to monitor energy consumption and activity in a building, or the correct operation of the equipment in it, with the aim of making energy savings.
The legislation in France :
Tertiary sector decree
This sets out the procedures for implementing the obligation to reduce consumption in tertiary buildings.
Requires the installation of a building automation and control system.
Discover real-life examples of connected buildings, solutions and advice for improving the energy performance of your connected buildings.
To meet your Smart Building needs, Adeunis offers a range of connected sensors and services to support you at every stage of your IoT digitalization project.
Our multi-technology solutions can be adapted to suit your needs: LoRaWAN, Sigfox, 5G: LTE-M1 or NB-IoT.
Use IoT sensors to retrieve essential building operating data
Use the data collected to :
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