This is the first book to conceptualise and develop a roadmap for the adoption of cyber-physical systems (CPS) for facilities management (FM) in developing countries. It is argued that effective use of CPS can help to significantly improve issues such as extended processing time, poor data acquisition, ineffective coverage of facility maintenance history, and poor-quality control within the facilities management sector. Through a theoretical review of relevant technology adoption models and frameworks, A Roadmap for the Uptake of Cyber-Physical Systems for Facilities Management provides a clear insight into the required parameters for integrating CPS into facilities management.
The book will be beneficial to relevant stakeholders who face the responsibility of facilities and construction management as it contributes to the growing demand for the adoption of digital technologies in the delivery and management of built infrastructure. Furthermore, it serves as a solid theoretical base for researchers and academics in the quest to expand the existing borderline on construction digitalisation, especially in the post-occupancy stage.
CHAPTER ONE - INTRODUCTION 9
CHAPTER TWO - THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 23
CHAPTER THREE - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 42
CHAPTER FOUR - THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES OF CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS 57
CHAPTER FIVE - THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES OF TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION 77
CHAPTER SIX - GAPS IN TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION RESEARCH 93
CHAPTER SEVEN - CONCEPTUALISED ADOPTION MODEL OF CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS FOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 113
CHAPTER EIGHT - ASSESSING THE CONCEPTUALISED CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS ADOPTION MODEL FOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT – A DELPHI STUDY 124