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Dan Teare, Healthcare Sector Director at mpro5 on the benefits of taking a flexible approach when integrating IoT, smart platforms, and real-time data into asset management The world of the Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast-paced one. With so ...

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EAC net zero report welcomed by Cloudfm

As one of the UK’s pioneers in using IoT to reduce carbon emissions, Cloudfm has welcomed an Environment Audit Committee (EAC) report calling for whole-life carbon assessments for larger buildings.The report, ‘Building to net zero: costing carbon in construction’, published ...

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ESG reporting: Companies are struggling to access and collect data from supply chains

Despite progress on ESG reporting and data capture, supply chain monitoring remains a major challenge, according to new research by Health, Safety and ESG risk management provider , Alcumus. In its inaugural research, Alcumus analysed ESG adoption among businesses in ...

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How to use data-driven energy management to meet ESG targets

Blog from Fabio Monachesi, Global Leader of Energy Management, for ABB Electrification Establishing an effective sustainability strategy is essential to helping facilities managers and their organisations meet increasingly stringent environmental targets. However, without knowing how much energy is being used ...

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RICS survey shows data could be key in managing cost pressures in the FM sector

The latest RICS Facilities Management Survey has shown that despite inflationary pressures on the market, a concerted effort to improve how data is used within buildings can help improve buildings’ energy use and support businesses in decision-making. In a survey ...

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Office occupancy in the capital continues to rise

Data from workplace technology company, Freespace, shows London office occupancy peaked at 42 per cent on Thursday 10th March, the highest single daily rate in the capital since before the pandemic in 2020. The weekly average prior to the pandemic ...

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Report finds lack of support for UK hi-tech manufacturers in achieving net zero

New findings on critical plant and equipment data usage within the UK’s hi-tech manufacturing industries have revealed slower-than-expected progress toward achieving sustainability and net zero carbon reduction goals. According to The Energy Blind Spots, a new report from building analytics ...

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Number of offices open hits highest since the start of the pandemic

Data from workplace technology company, Freespace, has revealed that the number of offices open in both the UK and London has reached figures not seen since the start of the pandemic in March 2020. Figures from The Freespace Index show ...

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RICS launches framework to measure how buildings perform for people, through data

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has launched the International Building Operation Standard (IBOS), a new framework which aims to improve building use, supporting more flexible work and puts people at the centre of decisions. RICS is providing organisations ...

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WFH instructions lead to sharp fall in UK office occupancy rates

Data from workplace technology company Freespace shows a sharp dip in UK office occupancy as workers heed the Government’s ‘work from home’ message. UK office occupancy yesterday dipped by 15 per cent compared to last Tuesday as workers return to ...

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