The way we work is changing. The way in which we interact with our workplaces has to change as well. Leading Edge Design Group helps our customers create Intelligent Buildings – interconnected facilities with systems that work together over a unified network infrastructure. Intelligent buildings operate in a constant state of learning, optimizing their operations for building occupants, maximizing energy efficiency, and improving safety and security.
For facilities to operate effectively, intelligent buildings rely on information and communications technology systems. These infrastructures are the fabric that connects our world, enabling us to effectively harness the power of mobile technologies, wireless networks, and new network-connected devices. We believe that the technology experience in a facility – using mobile applications, connecting to a wireless network, navigating audio-visual displays – impacts a customer
or employee’s perception of that facility. The best way to consistently deliver a positive user experience is through thoughtful intelligent building infrastructure and Leading Edge Design Group works closely with our clients to support the planning, design, and implementation of these critical systems.
Our team of Registered Communications Distribution Designers (RCDD) and information technology personnel have extensive experience creating robust and scalable information technology and communications system designs, driving the development of industry standards, and providing thought leadership for the industry’s most trusted publications. Our solutions are vendor-neutral, allowing us to create an infrastructure that is tailored to our client’s business objectives. Read about our recent work at the Springfield, Massachusetts Union Station revitalization project. Learn more about our other project work here.
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Expertise in Intelligent Building systems includes:
- Intelligent building design
- Local area and wide-area networks
- Wireless networking
- Distributed Antennae Systems (DAS)
- Data Centers
- Technology project management
- Network operations centers
- Digital signage
- Multimedia & audio-visual systems
- IP-based security systems