The data from the sensors is stored on an IoT cloud-based platform. Now, it is technically possible to attach the data from the sensors to Smart Parameters Monitor Platform through API. Smart Parameters Monitor Platform, in its turn, is connected to the BIM model (or Digital Twin) using Common Data Format (CDF). Setting the requirements to the parameters on the smart platform enables us to check, if the environment meets the requirements or something needs to be adjusted. The Smart Platform sends alerts, signals or other feedback types to the users in case some actions need to be taken (i.e. a coffee tank is filled in or occupants moved to another room).
Using the IoT sensors and smart connection to the digital twin, it is also possible to set automatic adjustment. For example, if a CO2-level is above the maximum level, the ventilation is switched on automatically. Or, if there are no people in the room, the lights are off automatically.