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Healthy Building environment

Updated: Aug 28, 2023

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) claim that productivity may decrease by over 60% in a substandard indoor environment. This is caused by various factors, such as poor air quality, temperature, noise, and lighting, which can negatively impact productivity.

Efficient building technology for healthy building
Healthy Building

Healthy Building is a term that describes buildings that are constructed and operated to promote the health, safety, and well-being of their occupants. This involves ensuring sufficient ventilation, lighting, temperature, noise levels, and providing enough space, as well as access to outdoor areas. When designing a healthy building, architects and builders should take into account a variety of factors, such as building materials, air quality, and environmental issues. In addition, the building should incorporate energy-efficient features, sustainable materials, and provide a comfortable and accessible environment for all users.

Technology companies now have the ability to design buildings with a focus on human needs rather than just resource utilisation, thereby eliminating this contradiction. Achieving this objective can be made possible through the application of Building Information Modelling (BIM) tools and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that can digitalise building design and enable data collection.

After data is collected, processing and analytics can be performed to calculate specific indexes related to human productivity and well-being. Using a decentralized multi-agent system software architecture and edge computing and Machine Learning (ML) can improve management flexibility, balance multiple objectives, and reduce decision-making times. As a result, customers can reduce employee complaints by 40% and achieve energy efficiency gains of over 20%.

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