What advanced HVAC technology means for the next generation of buildings in Hong Kong
As commercial HVAC systems integrate IoT capabilities, they reduce energy consumption and slash carbon emissions. Hong Kong is making the leap to more sustainable HVAC.
How digitisation, data and connectivity are making predictive maintenance possible.
Why implementing artificial intelligence and cloud-based solutions provide larger returns on investment.
Strategies for creating more user-centric designs.
How the Internet of Things and AI augment mechanical equipment to ensure efficient operation.
The benefits for Hong Kong of embracing these changes.
Worldwide, buildings account for 40% of greenhouse gas emissions. But in hyper-dense Hong Kong they contribute nearly 60%. As the city embarks on its mission of becoming carbon neutral by 2050, the strategic management of its more than 40,000 buildings will be a key factor in cutting emissions.
HVAC systems account for a majority of a building’s energy consumption. However, advances in HVAC technology can play a significant role in cutting emissions and creating more sustainable buildings.
In the past 10 years, the HVAC industry has embraced the IoT revolution, which brings the power of connectivity and big data to the forefront. How can the building industry, including developers, designers, engineers and operators, take advantage of the latest technologies to create and maintain more sustainable solutions?
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