The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS launched the project “Scalable system monitoring in large properties” (SKAMO) in collaboration with Munich Airport, WEPTECH elektronik GmbH, and Volue ASA. On the one hand, SKAMO is based on the wireless LPWAN technology mioty® from Fraunhofer IIS, which can connect a large number of sensor nodes over long distances for use in the Internet of Things (IoT). mioty® uses the telegram splitting multiple access (TSMA) technique for the energy-efficient and reliable transmission of sensor data. Using mioty®, several hundreds of thousands of sensors can be operated with a single base station, paving the way for everything from centralized and interconnected control of subsystems to energy-efficient operation. On the other hand, in addition to optimized radio technology, SKAMO also called for a standardized description of the individual sensor and control units. To this end, semantic technologies were used to develop a software architecture in which every component of the building services is described in a manner that is understandable to a machine, thereby allowing automatic identification and communication between components.