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December 11, 2017
The world’s greatest high-tech buildings
Bill Clee

The construction of large structures has always been a high-tech business, but this field is quietly undergoing a digital revolution that could change how we interact with our environment, especially in a corporate context.

Below are some examples of technologically advanced buildings, equipped with smart technology, that truly move the boundaries of ‘possible’ and introduce new standards that all buildings might start following in the very near future:

The Bullitt Center (Seattle, U.S.A.)

It is only fitting that ‘the greenest building on the planet’ is owned by a foundation dedicated to urban ecology and the use of smart technology to protect the environment. Bullitt Foundation wanted its main facilities to be completely self-sufficient and as such created the first net zero energy, net zero carbon and net-zero water building in the world. All this is possible in part due to the massive number of solar panels installed to provide clean energy, a concept that is likely to be replicated more frequently as companies become more sensitive towards sustainable energy consumption and start avoiding fossil fuels.

Glumac office complex (Shanghai, China)

China is advancing by leaps and bounds when it comes to the application of innovative technology, and offices of the Shanghai-based engineering company Glumac provide the latest example. With plenty of light, air monitoring systems capable of detecting toxic particles and a built-in green wall intended to clean the air inside the offices, this building takes asset management to a whole new level.

Deloitte corporate headquarters (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Dubbed ‘The Edge’ and often described as ‘the smartest building in the world’, this beautiful building is a fantastic example how simple things can be with a great digital network in place. Literally, everything inside the building can be controlled via a smartphone app, with the main emphasis on employee satisfaction and increased productivity. The system knows which parking spot is free at any given time, which office space is available for the scheduled meeting, and even what room temperature each individual employee prefers, and it also orchestrates the work process in the most optimal way. In many ways, this is a template for the workplace of the future.

Siemens corporate headquarters (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates)

When German technology and Middle Eastern financial resources are combined, the result is an amazing building that measures and optimises energy consumption in real time. Through a network of wireless sensors, this impressive building can detect when lights are left on in unused rooms or when external hot air is putting a strain on the air conditioning system. This method reduces energy expenditure by almost 70% while allowing for simplified facilities management and flawless maintenance of technical capacities.

Smart buildings are the present, as well as the future. Contact Asset Mapping today to discover how to make your building smarter.

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