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Hospital 4.0: What will the hospital of the future look like?

Science fiction has long imagined what hospitals and healthcare might look like in the future. From robotic doctors and prosthetics to portable diagnostic scanners and regenerative nanobots, books, TV, and films have always provided us plenty of food for thought. But with the advent of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and the Internet of Things, some

Smart Home Device Adoption Reaches 36%, According to Parks Associates

DALLAS, Aug. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Parks Associates released new research ahead of tomorrow's CONNECTIONS™: The Premier Connected Home Conference virtual session, showing that 36% of US broadband households now own a smart home device, an increase of 2% over Q4 2020. The session State of Home Security Market features executives from Alarm.com, ADT, Wyze, Brinks Home, Johnson Controls, Rapid Response Monitoring, Smartfrog

R&M champions smart building trend with single pair ethernet system

R&M has announced that it has unveiled the industry’s first complete Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) system in the Middle East. This new system provides an effective way to link digital terminal devices and sensors to data networks, paving the way for comprehensive building automation, said the firm. It comprises of connectors and connection modules, installation

Can Smart Buildings Outsmart Hackers?

How vulnerable are your facility systems to cyberattacks? Can bad actors hack into your building automation systems (BAS) and then gain access to sensitive information technology (IT) data? As building system technology continues to emerge and mature, facility managers, operators, and occupants are becoming increasingly reliant on the internet of things (IoT) and related technologies

Smart Building Automation Software and Systems Market Continues to Leap through 2027

A recent report shows that smart building automation software and systems will reach $20.5 billion in North America by 2027. As urbanization leads to increasingly smarter cities, buildings are an integral part of a city’s ecosystem. Intelligent buildings lead to improved economic outcomes for both owners and users as well as improved satisfaction, safety, and

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