Johnson Controls recently introduced the Panoptix solution, an approach to building efficiency that makes it easier and more affordable for facility managers (fms) of any size facility to achieve better building performance. The Panoptix solution includes four key components: An open technology platform to collect and manage data from disparate building systems and other data sources, such as meter and weather data A suite of cloud hosted building efficiency applications that work with any building management system Online and by phone live guide support, as well as on site building and energy services, to help customers implement operational improvements and energy savings measures An online Panoptix connected community of peers and experts committed to sharing best practices, news, and resources
Additional World Workplace 2011 educational sessions will cover a variety of topics, including communicating with senior leadership, maximizing space utilization, and developing successful requests for proposals.
I’ve tried Outlook, calendars, and traditional notebooks, but I need advice. We already use a third party call center for the daily issues. Does anyone have a recommendation based on personal experience?
For those of us with furniture that just sits around doing nothing, it’s time to get cracking on a new record!
Focused toward public sector facility managers, Siemens has a program offering solar energy projects without having to make an initial capital investment in solar equipment.
In recognition of Fire Prevention Month, Cintas Corporation has released a list of best practices to help facility managers prevent and prepare for a fire.
Where can I find out more about these policies, particularly with regard to the change management process?
Here’s another batch of humorous signs that have an unusual way of conveying a message.
The new service allows fms to make a decision about prices and capabilities in advance, before a disaster strikes their facilities, instead of in the chaotic midst of a disaster or emergency situation.
Each year during the third week of September, Green Building Councils and their members mark this occasion with events and activities that reflect the diversity of their cultures and industries.