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Wearables and Wellbeing in Buildings - The story so far (WP 8/2018)

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Comfort and wellbeing are increasingly recognised as key objectives for smart buildings, but this raises the question of how one measures wellbeing and how this is then used to demonstrate economic value.

Overview

Comfort and wellbeing are increasingly recognised as key objectives for smart buildings, but this raises the question of how one measures wellbeing and how this is then used to demonstrate economic value. This White Paper looks at ways of evaluating wellbeing. More specifically it focuses on the part wearable devices can play in measuring wellbeing in buildings, on the types of wearable solutions currently available, the types of companies producing them and the types of buildings where they are most likely to be of value.

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  • Publisher: BSRIA
  • Published: June 2018
  • Author: Henry Lawson