The Link Between Connected Buildings and Human Anatomy

March 27, 2019

As buildings become more connected through the Internet of Things (IoT), buildings are evolving from a simple cost center to a key IT infrastructure to help run your business. Sensors and controllable devices in the building’s surrounding environment work together to harness and gather data constantly generated. You then can use this data to make informed decisions and actions on maximizing your business operations and savings.


Sounds easy, right? But how does this really work? And how can having this valuable data at your fingertips allow you to make informed decisions? To understand how connected buildings work, and the many aspects that go into communicating with data sources, look no further than the circulatory system in your own body.


Greg Carter, Senior Vice President of Connected Buildings Software at Acuity Brands explores the connection between our own circulatory system and IoT to bring buildings to life. Read more