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4 applications of IoT in the building industry

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Consumers and chain partners are imposing increasingly stringent demands with regard to infrastructure. Roads, the railway network and the drainage system simply have to work at all times. Transparency and availability are the standard, and downtime is no option. The building industry is able to meet this demand thanks to the application of sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT). Sensors and smart analyses enable predictive maintenance and thus guarantee better services.

Customers demand availability and they don’t want any surprises. Maintenance has to become smarter and more predictable. The present infrastructure is ageing. Digitization, more frequent measurements and digital media are causing exponential growth levels of the information flow. At the same time, the end-user is demanding that organizations respond with pragmatic actions and that they share information. Infrastructure projects are becoming more and more complex in terms of engineering, finance and design. Efficient ways of working are gaining in importance. Sensors are essential enablers and are the key to success.

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