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Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming our way of living and using resources. It is also playing an important role in making our buildings smart and more efficient but smart buildings are still not functioning properly and producing high energy output because of lack of user awareness, unnecessary use of technology in areas where it’s not required and lack of technology at the same time. This research paper presents a comprehensive and significant research conducted on the impact of intelligent control systems for energy and comfort management in smart buildings. There are inherent difficulties with expectations for smart buildings and with making them viable; and with definitions and roles of ‘users’ in smart buildings. This study considers what a smart building might be and the problems that smart buildings might address. Methods to solve and overcome these problems. By studying international case studies, user experiences and arising questionnaires a detailed analysis has been done. Automation is simply a tool and real significance lies in how we use these tools and techniques.


Artificial intelligence, smart buildings

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Prof. Tushar Ram Sangole, “USE OF AI ON RENOVATED EXISTING BUILDINGS”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 10, Nov. 2018.


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