AUTOMATING SPACES FOR FINER AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING
Smart Technology has become more and more relevant and indispensable at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses and industries to accelerate digitalization in their operations.
Across the globe, governments are investing billions of dollars in smart cities, focusing on improving their technological infrastructure—implementing new solutions and adopting new technologies—that will contribute to making urban life more sustainable, connected and efficient.
On a smaller scale or on a consumer level, the pandemic has made smart technology an appealing alternative. The global direction towards sustainability has also enforced this appeal, with the reduced ecological impact being a technological benefit.