Smart building trend, role, and position: a systematic literature review

Prasetya Cahya Saputra, Arief Ramadhan


Property growth, especially in high-rise buildings in developed and developing countries, has experienced a significant increase. The increasingly expensive resources and the development of information technology encourage the growth of smart buildings in almost all countries, especially in developed and developing countries, and become a trend. The Internet of things (IoT) is the main driver in the development of smart buildings. Property businesses are competing to adopt and implement smart buildings on their properties. This is further strengthened by the development of smart cities in almost all cities around the world, one of the criteria is a smart community. The purpose of implementing smart buildings is to make property management effective and efficient. Using the systematic literature review, this paper will discuss what components must be met for a property called a smart building, then what is the role of smart buildings for an area or community, and how the current smart building trend will be in the future.


Internet of things; Property; Smart building; Smart city; Systematic literature review

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