The idea of the smart building has evolved well beyond concept and is quickly becoming more prevalent across a wide range of buildings and industries. Already museums are using sensors and beacons to better control environmental conditions to preserve precious artwork, retail stores are deploying indoor navigation and wayfinding solutions to improve the customer experience, and office buildings are leveraging sensor networks to cut costs and optimize the working environment for employees.
Bluetooth® technology is quickly becoming the top choice for supporting these reliable, low-power smart building services. This newly released infographic explains how Bluetooth is enabling condition monitoring innovations that track system health and performance, location services that support optimal building navigation and asset tracking, and automation and control solutions that improve the lifespan of essential systems — all while reducing costs and enhancing smart building ROI.
It’s exciting to see how far Bluetooth technology has come in the last 20 years, thanks to the innovations of more than 34,000 member companies. With the release of Bluetooth mesh and recent advancements in beacon technology, Bluetooth is now powering the smart building in commercial and industrial environments where security, reliability, and performance requirements are highest.
For new data on how Bluetooth is powering the smart building, check out the Bluetooth smart building infographic.