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Analysis of the Global Sensors in Infrastructure Monitoring and Smart Buildings Market

Connectivity Empowers Sensors to Monitor Infrastructure and Buildings

  • Research Code : NF88-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : ES00079-GL-MR_02565
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  • Release Date : 09-Sep-2015
  • Region : Global
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The research analyzes the global sensors in infrastructure monitoring and smart buildings market. Sensors enable continuous remote monitoring of infrastructure and smart buildings. This has triggered increasing deployment of different sensors for key applications such as maintaining building and infrastructure health, ensuring security, power conservation, and maintaining air quality within different types of buildings. In advanced economies, aging infrastructure demands immediate attention. Many countries have already rolled out smart city projects, which aim to utilize cutting-edge technologies by large-scale use of sensors. The base year of the study is 2014, with forecasts up to 2021.
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