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by Valerio Travi

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3764364505
Author:
Valerio Travi
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Birkhäuser; 1 edition (June 1, 2001)
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In the last twenty years we have seen radical changes take place in the design of buildings. Electronic systems control the regulation of light, temperature and energy flows, security devices are automated, even facades and the internal structures are becoming "intelligent".

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The Impact of Information Technology. The digital device whose technological advance has perhaps been most crucial to the IT revolution is the microprocessor, the collections of millions of tiny circuits that serve as the brains of personal computers and that are embedded in an ever-expanding number of products, from video games, to cars, to refrigerators.

ISBN 13: 9783764364502. Advanced Technologies: Building in the Computer Age (The Information Technology Revolution in Architecture).

Extensive chapters deal with the revolution in telecommunications, artificial intelligence and the "fifth generation" of supercomputers, the rise of the personal computer and the use of information technology in schools, factories, offices, banks, shops, and hospitals.

Information technology is a specific sector of the economy that is responsible for the building of computer .

Information technology is a specific sector of the economy that is responsible for the building of computer systems, the programming of them, and the management of computer networks. What makes information technology so significant is right in the name: information and the processing of data into information at speeds that are exponentially faster than anything the human mind is capable of achieving. Related: IOT revolution: 5 ways the internet of things will change transportation.

Prehistoric building techniques also underwent significant developments in the Neolithic Revolution. Nothing is known of the building ability of Paleolithic peoples beyond what can be inferred from a few fragments of stone shelters, but in the New Stone Age some impressive structures were erected, primarily tombs and burial mounds and other religious edifices, but also, toward the end of the period, domestic housing in which sun-dried brick was first used.

In the last twenty years we have seen radical changes take place in the design of buildings. Present-day constructions are incorporating more and more elements which are "intelligent", providing a high degree of flexibility. Electronic systems control the regulation of light, temperature and energy flows, security devices are automated, even facades and the internal structures are becoming "intelligent". More recently, the advances in Information Technology are making what was once considered futuristic a very real possibility. "Building automation", where everything within an edifice is integrated and linked up is examined and investigated in this publication, providing a concise overview of the latest developments which will be helpful for both architects and engineers.