The Internet of Things is rapidly exerting its influence over the plumbing, mechanical and HVACR industry. Top execs at Watts Water Technologies told us that they want to turn all of their products into communicating devices. VRF and ductless split manufacturer Samsung announced plans to invest $1.2 billion in
the U.S. on IoT over the next four years. Dewalt showed us how they can communicate with the BIM model of a building so that you can accurately place all of the pipe and duct hangers in a building before concrete is poured. Honeywell, Nest Labs, White Rodgers, ecobee and Lux Products have taken deep dives into the smart home market.
Source: Don’t Get Lost in the IoT Landscape | Contracting Business