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IBM and Tulane University Usher in a New Era for Smarter Buildings

The school aims to arm a new generation of architects with techniques that will allow historic buildings to be more efficiently adapted for modern use.
by | July 1, 2014
 

Tulane University's School of Architecture, a program distinguished by its focus on community engagement and environmental sustainability, has turned to the IBM Intelligent Buildings Management and Johnson Controls to make its buildings smarter.

The first project is helping to transform the home of Tulane's School of Architecture, the century-old Richardson Memorial Hall into a "smarter building living laboratory," using IBM Intelligent Building Management while maintaining respect its for its historic status. The school aims to arm a new generation of architects with techniques that will allow historic buildings to be more efficiently adapted for modern use.

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