Disruptive technologies are rapidly transforming all sectors of business. From manufacturing to retail, entrepreneurs are in a hurry to incorporate the latest trends in their business area to stay abreast and stay ahead of competitors. The era of digitalization is here and is primarily driven by data. Technologies like augmented reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of Things are fast becoming buzzwords across all industries, including the construction tech sector. Delving deeper into the tech-driven advancements, HVAC vendors offer IoT-enabled solutions to assist managers in monitoring and adjusting thermostats remotely using mobile applications. Additionally, with the development of newer and more cutting-edge sensors, HVAC systems can now diagnose and send a report to management about any malfunctions automatically. Current HVAC systems also leverage data analytics to track performance and build maintenance strategies that ensure zero down-time and continuous operations.
New sensors are being developed to self-diagnose and send a report to management about any malfunctions. Since HVAC systems involve plenty of moving components, it is reasonable to have some vibration and noise, even in a correctly installed and well-maintained system. In general, excessive vibration increases the ownership cost of building systems. However, excessive vibration and noise indicate that the installation should be serviced, and they can also lead to other performance issues. This edition of Construction Tech Review features companies at the forefront of offering innovative HVAC solutions and services. Construction Tech Review’s editorial board has assessed and shortlisted some of the most prominent organizations in the industry that solve challenges by implementing the space’s current technological trends. Through this special edition, we present to you “Top 10 HVAC Service Companies in Europe 2021.”