Smart buildings are typically able to facilitate temperature controls in meeting rooms today by monitoring temperature within the rooms using sensors, thermostat devices, and the like. Presented herein are techniques through which room temperature can be adapted in a more dynamic manner, by accounting for the number of people in a room and heat from electronic devices either present in or carried into the room. This adaptive temperature control uses real-time factors that other solutions fail to include, thereby providing both improved comfort and reduced power consumption.

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