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Cities are exploring Green Building certifications to help ease the strain of peak demand on utilities while lowering their carbon footprint. Faculty at MSU are helping to develop the next generation of Green Building innovations.
Technologies developed at MSU can be developed to remotely monitor city infrastructure and help ensure things like roads are bridges are safe.
As the number of autonomous of semi-autonomous vehicles increase, tomorrow’s Smart Cities will need to reimagine traffic and roadway infrastructure. Faculty at MSU are working on solving tomorrow’s transportation problems.
Smart Home technologies allow consumers to create a tailored ecosystem designed around their comfort and convenience. MSU faculty are working on developing predictive technologies to help utilities meet power demands.
Faculty at MSU are working towards solutions to improve integration for IoT devices to allow for seamless communication between devices across home networks.
Technologies developed by MSU Faculty help Smart Homes map the interior of a space allowing systems to be custom tailored and safer.
Smart Homes allow consumers to create a tailored ecosystem designed around their comfort and convenience. Ongoing advances at MSU help consumers customize their in-home experience for a truly unique living space.
Poor indoor air quality can have a number of negative health consequences if left undiscovered. Researchers at MSU are working to enhance the capabilities for consumers to monitor the air quality within their homes using connected air quality sensors.