Intelligent buildings with radio frequency identification devices

James Sommerville, Nigel Craig

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    The drive for intelligent buildings continues unabated. An intelligent building (IB) is one that provides a responsive and supportive environment within which an organisation can attain a range of objectives, i.e. a building within which the building fabric, space, services and information systems can respond efficiently to the initial and changing demands of the owner, the occupier and the broader environment. This responsiveness requires the ability to collect data and initiate processes which effect changes. Application of radio frequency identification devices (RFID) to the components and processes undertaken within the building allows enhanced data management and process manipulation. The purpose of this paper is to outline how buildings and their management are being changed by the adoption of RFID.

    Original languageEnglish
    JournalStructural Survey
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2005


    • RFID
    • radio frequency identification devices
    • intelligent buildings


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