Technology Articles

Buildings aren’t just brick and mortar anymore; some can be as technologically complex as computers, due to building automation, interoperability, wifi, HVAC, and other high tech components.

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Office Technology Trends: A Change in Direction

Office machines once considered essential have been pushed aside by newer... ...Read More...

Honeywell Helps California Schools Soak Up The Sun

Solar power agreements allow Dixon, Riverdale, and other districts to reduce carbon emissions while saving... ...Read More...

AHRI News

The association had added a new VP and will move to a new headquarters this... ...Read More...

White Paper On Mass Notification Systems

Rolf Jensen & Associates, Inc. has published a five-page paper on the... ...Read More...

Emerson’s U.S. MOTORS Brand Is 100

The manufacturer of electrical motors was founded in Los Angeles, CA in... ...Read More...

Major Health Organizations In China Install Zoll Defibrilators

Massachusetts-based company helping Chinese improve emergency... ...Read More...

Security Trends: Threats In The Dark

New security technology helps facility managers monitor dangers in the... ...Read More...

AT&T Joins Green Grid to Promote Data Center Energy Efficiency

AT&T Inc. announced its affiliate, AT&T Services Inc., has joined The Green Grid, the global consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems. AT&T also announced it will supply data center performance information to assist the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in developing a new ENERGY STAR rating for data center infrastructure. Membership in The Green Grid and... ...Read More...

FM Issue: Powering Through The Data Center

Focusing on four major areas can contribute to successful power design in mission critical facilities.... ...Read More...

Nanotech: A Regulatory Blueprint For The Next Administration

Nanotechnology will significantly change virtually every facet of the way we live. The next president has the opportunity to shape these changes and to ensure that nanotechnology’s benefits will be maximized and its risks identified and controlled. A new report by former EPA official J. Clarence (Terry) Davies lays out a clear roadmap for the next presidential administration and describes the immediate and longer term steps necessary to... ...Read More...