“Smart buildings” are not just buildings equipped with separate applications that can turn on the lights in response to vocal instructions or adjust room temperatures as the weather changes. Rather, in a smart building, various systems – heating, ventilation, lighting and security – are connected to each other to facilitate efficient and environmentally sound operations.
These connected devices generate valuable data, but they also raise operational cybersecurity issues, as well as concerns about the massive volumes of data they generate and how that data is secured.
In this latest installment in our Proptech Insights series, we analyze the legal implications of operating smart buildings. Learn more here.