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In current building design, there is a lack of involvement of technologies such as sensors. If in today’s building design smart sensors such dust, noise, crack detection and noise detection sensors are included. Analysing those building throughout their life cycle will become easier and can therefore be maintained properly. Thus, the building will be in shape for a prolonged period and act as a source of information.
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