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The information age

If you want to make the most of your smart building, you need to make the data it provides work for you, says Karl Broom, FSI Territory Sales Manager No longer a futuristic concept, smart buildings are gradually becoming interwoven ...

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Central intelligence

Used properly, smart building technology can transform the efficiency of central plant systems, says Barry Jones, Operations Director at 4D Monitoring There has been a sea change of thinking at executive level, as organisations look to move away from traditional ...

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Delivering first class property compliance

The Royal Mail is one of the oldest organisations in the world, with its origins tracing back over 500 years. Today it employs around 162,000 people across the group, 143,000 of which are in the UK. its contribution to the UK ...

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Essential features every smart office needs to have

Companies are always looking for ways to maximise their space and boost employee productivity. Usually, through new design and tech innovations. The latest trend in office design that’s aimed at upping worker productivity and effort is what’s called the “smart ...

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InnuScience scores industry first with its IoT product monitoring system

Fast-growing InnuScience believes it is the first cleaning product manufacturer in the UK to launch an Internet of Things (IoT) based product monitoring system. Connected Cleaning works by monitoring product usage, which is reported on a monthly basis against budget ...

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Internal report

Earlier this year, Environmental Psychologist Dr Nigel Oseland collaborated with Sharp to research the extent to which environmental factors, such as lighting, air quality and temperature, affect employee performance Facilities managers take many factors into account when recommending an office ...

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Johnson Controls strengthens BAS offering in Europe with launch of Facility Explorer 

The easiest choice in building automation just got easier thanks to Johnson Controls’ launch of Facility Explorer in Europe. Unveiled at the Niagara Forum at London’s Park Plaza Westminster in June, Facility Explorer combines all the strength and reliability of ...

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Let the right one in

Genetec’s Nick Smith argues that integrating access security into one unified system provides simpler and more effective facilities monitoring and management Businesses of all sizes spend considerable amounts of time, energy and capital to safeguard their facilities, to ensure they ...

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Perfectly predictable

Peter Smith, Head of Business Development at IAconnects, looks at how a sensor-based predictive maintenance set-up can help prevent costly equipment failure before it happens Conventional wisdom suggests that maintenance should be carried out in a uniform manner and at ...

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Vestel to showcase dynamic AV range at Experience, Facilities Show 2019

Technology giant, Vestel, is set to demonstrate how AV can support smarter work environments with an ultra-user-friendly range of displays at the Experience showcase, Facilities Show 2019. Designed to boost productivity in every kind of workplace, this striking exhibit will ...

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