Residential and Real Estate

Do my tenants need networked buildings? 

What does the neighbourhood of the future look like?

Can I reduce costs through networking and software?

Selected Issues

Building Management with IoT

Where residential buildings become more and more outdated, retrofitting with modern technology can contribute to more reliable operations and avoid unnecessary costs. Even with smaller IoT projects on heating systems, for example, you can achieve positive effects such as lower fuel and water consumption, avoidance or reduction of water damage, lower personnel costs and insurance premiums.

District Development with Digitalization

As a housing association, you often have the advantage of being able to design entire neighborhoods yourself. Digital technologies enable completely new business models and new ways of design. From energy self-sufficient neighborhoods to e-car carsharing included in the rental price - much is possible. Depending on the targeted tenant group of the district, the existing infrastructure and surroundings, different offers are appropriate and profitable.

The Digital Janitor

How often should your janitors check the functionality of all systems in your buildings, from the light bulb in the corridor to the elevator or the heating system? And how many buildings must each janitor manage? Because janitors cannot be everywhere at the same time and the pressure to be efficient increases, malfunctions often remain undetected until they become a major problem. Leaks that are not discovered for weeks, heating failures that are only noticed in winter - there is another way. The problems can report themselves via sensors, networking and automatic ticket generation to trigger their checking or repair. This is considerably more efficient than regular inspections.

Room Climate - Monitoring and Control

In schools and public buildings, special attention is paid to health and the learning environment. But the topic of indoor climate for productivity is also relevant and interesting for offices. By measuring and visualizing CO2, light, temperature, unpleasant odors and more, awareness can be raised and correct behavior can be incentivized. This in turn leads to savings in consumption and greater well-being for employees and pupils. Similarly, the likelihood of mold growth can be determined and responded to at an early stage.