Smart buildings give smart people
In order to create the best possible indoor climate we need to be able to measure and regulate according to the values that are most important for individual well-being and performance – something that is possible in a smart building, where all prerequisites are in place to ensure a good indoor climate.
Human needs taking centre stage
So, why do we have systems for ventilation, cooling and heating?
Essentially, human physiology dictates the desired indoor climate, in which our ‘creature comforts’ and health criteria are focal. In this Guide, we review a number of key aspects of the indoor climate, and offer our advice on smart solutions that make it easier to fulfil system requirements specifications for a given system - before, during and after installation.
Your well-being affects the economy
Indoor climate and productivity are strongly linked.
With the help of the smart functions in the smart building, the indoor climate can be adapted and regulated to suit the individuals who are in it and contribute towards financial savings.
It’s 100 times more worthwhile to optimise the productivity of those working in the premises by offering a perfect indoor climate compared to saving energy and foregoing this. A good indoor climate contributes to large savings in the form of e.g. reduced sick leave costs.