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Creating the building of the future

As IoT rapidly digitizes the physical world, companies are leveraging data from connected devices to transform business and operating models.

As IoT rapidly digitizes the physical world, companies are leveraging data from connected devices to transform business and operating models—improving decision-making, driving greater efficiency, increasing profitability, and introducing new revenue streams.

In creating the building of the future, integrated systems and sensors provide the ability to track and monitor critical aspects of the building while driving efficiency across the building management system. Aggregated sensor and system data provide new operational insights and allow for the automation of manual processes, like scheduling room services, cleaning, and preventative maintenance.

New capabilities in private and secure 5G allow for high-speed, massive connectivity and enhanced employee experience.

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IoT (Internet of Things) is a network of devices that collect and share data for analysis, which has evolved from a stand-alone industry to a mainstream set of tools that can be leveraged, often paired with other technologies, to solve complex business issues including:

  

  • Enhanced safety and security
  • Workspace and meeting room management
  • Smart infrastructure and building management
  • Personalized digital experience
  • Wayfinding and crowd control management
  • Efficient energy and waste management
  • Environmental and sustainability

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Greg Corlis

Greg Corlis

Internet of Things Leader, KPMG US

+1 404-398-4422
Bret Birnbaum

Bret Birnbaum

Director Advisory, Lighthouse, KPMG US

+1 347-526-1745
Joe Jacob

Joe Jacob

Director Advisory, Lighthouse, KPMG US

+1 404-222-3000