To realize the promise of a smart building, leaders need to plan beyond the installation of a single property technology or a request from one department – it requires an integrated, organizational-wide adoption and deployment model.
LEDG announces the opening of an Atlanta regional office to provide data center and smart buildings professional services to customers in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Eastern Tennessee.
LEDG is pleased to announce a new guide created to help information technology, network, and facility leaders evaluate current trends and incorporate meaningful, high-impact changes to their data centers and built environments.
As an industry, we have seen this with several recent trends that have dominated conference agendas (see: energy efficiency, modularity, cloud, edge). The risk in this singular focus is that businesses are not homogenous.
LEDG team has been busy partnering with healthcare facilities leaders to improve their buildings through the implementation of LED lighting and control systems. Many are working to pave the way for smart building design.