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VR training introduced for Corps Security officers at two London sites

More than 70 Corps Security officers at BNP Paribas and the Royal Opera House are to undertake immersive and interactive training on topics including patrolling, managing protests, dealing with suspect packages or aggressive people and being aware of potential hostile ...

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Gartner names Cloudfm as a leader in IoT predictive maintenance

Technology-led facilities management company, Cloudfm has been named as a global leader in IoT enabled predictive maintenance by world leading technology research and advisory company, Gartner. In a new report which examines the benefits of IoT-enabled predictive maintenance and its ...

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Survey reveals FM is missing out on the promise of new technology

Some alarming contradictions to the FM industry’s approach to technology have been revealed in a survey carried out by property services specialist, DMA Group. Whilst the findings show more than two-thirds (68 per cent) of facilities management professionals said they ...

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Vilicom delivers UKs first off-shore Open RAN (oRAN) private network for Vestas in Moray East wind farm

An all-new cloud-native private network is a first for a UK offshore wind farm – It will function as a voice and broadband communications network for up to 500 people, plus hundreds of devices and critical technologies needed during the ...

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Strand supports virtual event

Combining the traditional with the new will be the theme of a presentation given by Strand Technologies during an online conference for members of the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers this month (May). Strand Technologies – and its sister brand, Strand Hardware – ...

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Technology Strand leads to company launch

Three leading Midlands entrepreneurs have joined together to launch a new venture – Strand Technologies – producing technology-based solutions for safety, security and control which can be used across a range of industries. Catherine Franks, Paul Ryan and Simon Bowden ...

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Back for good

As lockdown eases and people travel back into the office, Leanne Beeken, Head of Business Communications Technology at Remark Group looks at the range of technologies available to support worker wellbeing With the roadmap out of lockdown underway, reassuring occupants ...

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Indoor mapping offered by Esri UK and Tetra Tech partnership

Makes buildings smarter for facilities managers Esri UK has joined forces with Tetra Tech to offer an end-to-end solution for indoor mapping, designed to capitalise on an increasing demand for indoor mapping for facilities management at large offices, campuses or ...

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British company launches safe, healthy and advanced new technology, which keeps commercial spaces ultra-clean and promotes confidence and reassurance in a Covid world

Open World Technology Group (part of SIA Holding) has developed Velvet2030, a complete sanitising solution to keep viruses, bacteria and odour sat bay, in order to help businesses clean-up their buildings and reassure their staff and customers that they are ...

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Core connections

Building connectivity needs to be an essential part of workplace planning in 2021, says John Archer, Solutions Director at Backbone Connect Conversations about the digital workplace tend to focus on the smart building management systems and intelligent sensors that help ...

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