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learnd snaps up two leading BMS and energy solutions providers

learnd, a leading provider of energy management solutions to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions from non-residential buildings, has acquired leading building management systems (BMS) and energy solutions firms, Ashdown Controls Limited and BGES Group. Ashdown Controls is one of ...

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Launch of new wireless BMS sensors brings advantages to changing building landscape

Siemens has introduced three new wireless room sensors as part of its ongoing development of the company’s expanding IoT range. Wireless technology has moved on significantly in recent years and is once again starting to become a popular option in ...

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Life safety leverage

Cleo Cosens of Pulse Systems and Antonio Carvalho from EFT explain why technology is evolving in the life safety industry, by leveraging the power of automation All too often visibility and control is lacking in life safety. Engineers attend sites ...

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Remote control

James Palmer of global associates explains how a remote monitoring system can help facilities managers create more energy efficient buildings and a healthier, more productive work environment Instant access defines the modern era. Whether it’s via 24-hour news channels, social ...

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Protecting the past

The unique challenges of historic buildings make the new generation of building management systems ideally suited for retrofit projects, says Gavin Holvey of Priva UK Building management systems (BMS) are helping to maintain historic buildings with the same control-based technologies ...

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Building management systems for the future

Lee Jasper, Head of Products and Solutions at Johnson Controls, offers advice on how building managers can use system integration to guarantee the future of their buildings  Technological advances over the last few years have armed facility managers with an ...

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