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Indoor mapping

Developments in digital mapping are allowing universities to make buildings smarter and introduce new efficiencies in how they operate. Dr Addy Pope, Higher Education Manager at Esri UK, examines the growth of indoor mapping in higher education Landscapes, cities and ...

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Remote control

John Roe, Sales Director at Promptus explains the use of remote monitoring in helping FMs manage sites There are constant advancements in how FMs can use Remote Monitoring (RM) services for their site(s) by offering users the ability to gain ...

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Cobotic cleaning

Stefano Bensi, General Manager EMEA at SoftBank Robotics, a world leader in humanoid robotics, explains the results of a recent study to establish the effects of vacuuming on airborne particulates Recently, built environment groups such as the British Council for ...

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Striking a balance

Martin Passingham, Product Manager at Daikin discusses how both improved indoor air quality and a drive for increased building energy efficiency can be achieved by taking a whole-building approach to HVAC In order to improve energy efficiency, building air-tightness has ...

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Power to the NHS

Alastair Morris, Chief Commercial Officer at Powerstar describes the role voltage regulation can play as part of a wider energy management strategy for healthcare The NHS operates 24/7, every day of the year, and a stable and resilient power supply ...

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Control the flow

Sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) can be an asset for your business as well as benefitting the environment, says Caroline Birdsall, UK and Ireland Director of Marketing for The Millboard Company Stories about the impacts of prolonged droughts and sudden flood ...

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Digital decarbonising

Sadaf Askari, ICL Partner Business Manager at IES explains the benefits to FMs in bringing digital innovation into ESG strategies Robust ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) strategies are important not just to curb global warming, but to reflect an increasing ...

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Truly agile tech

James Bradley, Director at The Churchill Group says applying an agile mind-set to tech can drive innovation and help achieve company objectives; from talent attraction and retention to the development of new ideas As computer science has become increasingly sophisticated, ...

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Automated solutions

As workplaces open up this Autumn, Paul Hearne, Managing Director, Selecta UK & Ireland offers an up-to-date guide on the technology transforming workplace catering In a world dominated by smart technology, the Internet of Things and automation, it’s not surprising ...

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Farm work

Patrick Dumas Co-Founder at Square Mile Farms on why he thinks every office should have a farm and how it could be a great way to pull people back into the workplace Driven by a passion for creating healthier, more ...

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