Smart Infrastructure Magazine | eNews Issue 29 | 17th August 2022

Smart Infrastructure intelligently connects energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work.

Smart Infrastructure is the result of combining physical infrastructure with digital infrastructure, providing improved information to enable better decision making, faster and cheaper. Without a smart infrastructure there are no smart buildings.

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Building automation & controls in light commercial buildings market continues to grow

New BSRIA Worldwide Market Intelligence (WMI) study covering Germany, Italy, France, and the UK estimates the market for building automation controls in light commercial buildings at EUR 275 million in 2022.

Start your net zero journey at Smart Buildings Show

With unprecedented temperatures of 40 degrees hitting the UK last month, concerns have heightened surrounding climate change and the ambitious target of the UK to reach net zero by 2050.

Register for your free ticket to Smart Buildings Show 2022

Net zero was a popular topic at our recent Round Table event. The consensus being that most people are fully behind becoming net zero but have no real plan of action.

Data privacy regulation a top three challenge for IoT adopters

Fears over security have become less of a concern for organisations adopting IoT solutions than it was five years ago, according to a recent study by Wi-SUN Alliance.

Vodafone and Ericsson launch preemptive support service for 5G-powered factory in Hungary

Ericsson and Vodafone have launched a new preemptive support service for private 5G networks using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to ensure efficient operations at the Foxconn factory in Komárom, Hungary.

Fictional city helps National Digital Twin programme communicate benefits of connected digital twins

The National Digital Twin programme, part of Centre for Digital Built Britain, wanted to create an interactive demonstrator tool to help show how connected digital twins can make infrastructure more resilient to flooding due to climate change.

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