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Five electrical design principles help to integrate and optimize systems in demanding facilities.
Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin are one step closer to delivering smart windows with a new level of energy efficiency, engineering materials that allow windows to let in light without transferring heat and, conversely, to block light while allowing heat transmission.
When it comes to exterior surveillance, the interaction of lighting and security cameras plays an important role in facility protection.
Despite increased investment in cloud and colocation providers, 87% of data center operators surveyed from North America and Europe are maintaining or increasing their data center facility spending,
Knowledge workers are increasingly moving away from traditional 9-to-5/Monday-Friday office life, according to the second annual PGi Global Telework Survey.
New Buildings Institute (NBI) is offering a free tool to help facility executives quickly evaluate the potential savings associated with existing energy saving measures.
This amusing video from Leadercast captures all of the really annoying things about conference calls…”struggling with your access code, the dropped calls, the person on mute, the person not paying any attention, and of course everyone talking over everyone else.”
This small, addressable system features a touch screen display designed to simplify operation for facility managers as well as emergency first responders.
TFM’s Facility Executive of the Year headlines this issue, which also looks at HVAC trends, emergency preparedness, high-tech facilities, and green cleaning.
Here are 15 strategies you can use to start the 2012 on the right foot—and stay on track as the year progresses.