In an evolving landscape, smart buildings dynamically respond to the immediate and future needs of facility management and occupants.
IoT is creating opportunities for information gathering and sharing that will have an astounding impact on the way buildings are managed and operated.
In the age of smart buildings, the realm of operational technology needs cyber security equal to those employed for IT systems.
Learn how smart buildings leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to create new opportunities for information gathering and sharing, and the impact it has on buildings management and operations.
Passive Optical Local Area Networks are the key to future-ready, cost-effective digital transformations in smart environments.
A virtual replica of a physical environment, a digital twin helps building operators to gain new insights, optimize workflows, and monitor processes remotely.
Flipping the switch to LED lighting is no longer simply about optimizing energy use: When combined with sensors, controls, and networks, buildings become smart—gaining even greater efficiencies.
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More than half of global organizations plan to increase energy efficiency spending in next 12 months, finds Johnson Controls' annual survey.
With a tour of one of its labs for the Science Channel, the distributor of infrastructure solutions provides a look at smart building technologies.
As technologies continue to evolve in 2018, consider the connection between building energy management systems and IoT.
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Johnson Controls and Booz Allen Hamilton publish call to action for building owners and facility managers to invest in cybersecurity.
From tunable white lighting to graphic user interfaces, Crestron’s Andrew Gross shares his predictions on the most impactful smart building trends for 2017.
From building management systems to the next frontier of facility technology, the benefits of IoT abound but the roadmap differs for each organization.
View this free webinar video and learn the definition of a "smart building," the latest trends in technology, benefits of smart building technologies, and steps to assess and create a smart building.
Recent research finds that the smart building market suffers from a fragmented ecosystem and that proprietary building automation solutions dominate. Still, that is expected to change. Where are facility management stakeholders on this spectrum?
In this age of data collection, measuring occupants’ response to the smart building is as important as the information on the facility's operational performance.
We are on the cusp of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, which will not only change the way we interact with technology in the workplace but shape your career as a Facility Manager. View this webinar video to find out how.
Building operators prioritize the safety and security of their facilities over sustainability and productivity, according to a recent survey of nearly 500 buildings across seven major U.S. cities by Honeywell and KRC Research.
State of Building Energy Management survey uncovers compelling results including lack of awareness of the Internet of Things (IoT).
The economic climate is impacting investment in construction which has the potential to slow the growth of smart building deployments globally.
More than 20% of electrical demand in the United States is expected to be met by facility managers more effectively optimizing their energy consumption and resources in collaboration with their utilities.
Smart buildings are a significant trend in both technology and real estate development. Major technology companies such as Cisco Systems have created "connected" real...
We hear so much about intelligent buildings, you’d think they were everywhere. But when you look at the data, it seems that most buildings are as dull-witted as ever.
Aircuity 2.0 helps commercial buildings looking to significantly reduce energy costs, improve cognitive function and productivity, and achieve quantifiable results as part of a smart building strategy.
PointGrab’s edge-analytics smart sensor, CogniPoint™, complements the Cisco Digital Ceiling framework by providing industry-leading occupancy analytics with low cost and intelligent connectivity.
The National Institute of Building Sciences buildingSMART alliance® has released the latest edition of the nation’s consensus-based standard governing building information modeling (BIM). The National BIM Standard-United States® (NBIMS-US™) Version 3 (V3) covers the full life cycle of buildings.
Smart grid technology and its associated advancements may create a shift in how facilities consume energy.
Grand prize winners are the Duke Energy Center, Charlotte, NC, and the Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, IA.
Facility management increasingly sees the benefits of artificial intelligence implementation throughout building operations.
Employees and other occupants are expressing pointed concerns about how building systems are helping to ensure indoor air quality.
To achieve optimal performance, buildings need to respond to how people perform inside them.
The SPIRE™ Smart Building Program is the world’s first-and-only comprehensive and objective assessment and rating program for smart buildings.
Before the pandemic, access privileges were determined and managed based on security. Now, occupant health considerations are part of the access control equation.
PRG's SmartXcan is a hands-free thermal scanner that provides instantaneous feedback on up to 700 people per hour as they enter a facility about their potential fever from infection.
The more than 950 public and private sector organizations participating in DOE’s Better Buildings Initiative have saved nearly $11 billion in energy costs.
In just a few decades, facility management has morphed from a mere provider of services to a key cog in the business growth engine.
75 percent of organizations plan to increase their investment in energy efficiency and smart buildings, according to Johnson Controls' 2019 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey.
Facility managers across sectors and building types are continuously working towards optimizing safety, efficiency, environmental footprint, and occupant experience.