Smart Social Housing survey — have your say

Smart Social Housing survey — have your say

Smart Social Housing is calling on Repairs and Maintenance Managers and Operatives to take a short online survey created to better understand if and/or how they are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT) and home sensor technology.

Home sensor solutions, driven by IoT, are already having a dramatic impact on how social housing is managed and maintained. Remote sensors are improving standards and providing landlords with unprecedented levels of insight into a range of aspects of the home and home environment. These include monitoring the likes of temperature, humidity, lighting, security, smoke and fire alarms and vulnerable tenant welfare.

But how will sensors be utilised to improve the repair and maintenance of social properties?

This short Smart Social Housing online survey has been created to better understand how Repairs and Maintenance Managers and Operatives perceive and wish to deploy sensors.

What do you understand about IoT sensor solutions and how they can improve housing repairs and maintenance across your domestic stock? Perhaps you are already installing IoT solutions in your properties? Or maybe you are confused about what technology is right for you? Regardless of your level of understanding, Smart Social Housing wants to hear from you.

Click here to take the survey.

Once collated, the results will be compiled into a report and circulated in August 2019.

Sponsored by property technology specialists Secure Meters UK Ltd, Smart Social Housing is a medium created to facilitate the gathering, disseminating and sharing of innovation and good practice.

With over four million meter installations in UK homes, Secure Meters UK Ltd has a 30 year history of working with social landlords to develop and install heat control, metering and smart metering solutions. Launched in 2017, Beanbag is Secure Meters UK Ltd’s smart building fabric senor solution designed specifically for social housing.

All completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw for £100 Amazon vouchers, and all responses will be treated confidentially.

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