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FM and digitisation of the workplace

There are many advantages to the FM sector in employing the latest technologies, from SMART lighting via the Internet of Things to the latest mobile apps attached to a CAFM or Building Management System. But the digitisation of the workplace ...

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Is It time to re-think two-way radios?

New research into the state of analogue radio communication in the UK suggests an upgrade to digital is overdue. Many facilities managers report that their analogue two-way radio systems are not up to scratch, and lack health and safety features ...

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Have you had your daily huddle?

There’s little doubt: huddle rooms – or huddle zones or huddle spaces as they’re also known – are a significant phenomenon from corporate headquarters to local government to education. According to Wainhouse Research, there may be as many as 50 ...

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Navigating the technical revolution

Blog from Rory Murphy, Commercial Director Vinci Facilities Researching how technology will enhance the delivery and direction of FM in the future has led me to fill my Twitter feed with like-minded FM professionals, clear thinking futurologists and enthusiastic property ...

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Traka Gets On Track with Railtex

Traka will be at Railtex 2017, demonstrating how its latest BIM accredited intelligent key management and locker systems can enhance safety processes and decrease downtime to ensure the smooth operation of the rail industry. On stand T55, the leader in ...

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CBRE opens Smart Building Client Experience Centre

Global commercial real estate services business, CBRE Group, has opened the doors of its Smart Building Client Experience Centre (CEC) in the United States to spotlight leading building technology solutions. Located outside Milwaukee in the Gateway West Commerce Centre, CBRE’s CEC is ...

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Smart works

Glen Cardinal, managing director of Platinum Facilities and Maintenance Services, explains why today’s maintenance engineer is more likely to need a laptop than a spanner, and what this means for facilities management Mechanical and electrical (M&E) maintenance used to be ...

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Tap into technology

Has the kettle had its day? Hazel Randell from Omni Search believes that water dispensers based on heat exchange technology are the smart solution for today’s office Office tea break. One staff member leaves his desk early to put the ...

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New white paper released from MPL

In an age dictated by fierce competition and autonomous consumers with reduced loyalty, getting the mobile solution for your field workers is key to boost efficiency, transform the customer experience and increase operational efficiency. mplsystems’ whitepaper outlines the 8 simple ...

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Brentwood expands partnerships in the FM sector

Two way radio vendor Brentwood Communications has further boosted its long standing reputation as a leading supplier to the FM industry with three new contract wins. The Essex based company was approached by Platinum Facilities and Maintenance Services (PFMS) about ...

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