About half of construction companies are using the Internet of Things to achieve their goals, and they are rocking it!
At EVALAN, we help companies in the Construction Industry, including in the Roofing Sector, to Get Ahead of Damage and Loss, through Innovative and User-Friendly Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. The Need In competitive markets, such as the construction one, it is crucial to stay ahead of competitors (for which technology is a great ally). […]
We hereby introduce one of EVALAN’s success stories on the creation of an Internet of Things (IoT) solution for Building Management. “Our goal is to provide the right data to make Building Management more efficient” The Need With flexible working as the new normal and co-working spaces on the rise, the client needed an easy-to-install, accurate […]
At EVALAN, we help the construction industry continuously monitor the energy consumption and energy production of zero-energy houses through real-time data.
n addition to reducing the energy consumption of a building, it is also important to look at the remaining energy needs of a building and how this can be compensated through more sustainable methods, such as renewable energy.
Because there is no insight into the occupancy, much energy and therefore costs are wasted on unused open-plan offices and meeting rooms. IoT can help improve space management.
building. A too high CO2 concentration can lead to fatigue and reduced concentration levels – or even worse, ‘Sick Building Syndrom
HVAC systems and lighting typically consume most of the electricity in buildings. HVAC equipment represents approximately 40%-60% of a building’s total energy consumption. The new sustainability goals of the Climate Agreement direct the focus to regulate these systems more efficiently and reducing their overall energy consumption. With the help of IoT, this can be done effortlessly.
Creating a healthy and safe working environment is important to attract employees back to the office. IoT offers opportunities here.
The digital revolution makes it increasingly easy for construction companies to collect, analyze and gain new insights. New insights often arise in many more areas than initially thought. What can you think about when you want to get started with data?