Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. AI articles below.
feevr is a quick and effective artificial intelligence (AI) based system for screening and detecting individuals with elevated skin temperature.
A sound information architecture (IA) strategy is key to realizing the potential of available technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI).
The IDguard automated identity redaction solution reduces up to 90% of the manual effort associated with editing video files of sensitive content.
The Lightning Health & Safety Solution suite includes out-of-the-box solutions that can be used individually or together to create a comprehensive system that improves the safety of workplaces and helps mitigate the spread of contagious illnesses.
The new solution from Nomad Go provides real-time data about space occupancy, mask usage, and social distancing to improve COVID-19-related compliance.
CommScope and Resonai are collaborating to leverage the benefits of AR for installation, operation, and maintenance of communications infrastructure in a building or campus environment.
Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) can yield insight into energy pricing that customers and energy users can use to hedge resources and take advantage of key incentives.
The deep data granularity of this energy analytics engine for buildings allows it to adapt to new energy efficiency measures while guaranteeing energy savings.
Spatial IQ: Facility Management (FM) is a data and analytics roof assessment solution.
New research from Nintex reveals how organizations can make the most of the tech skills and experience of digital natives.
Targeted ransomware, attacks on AI-based solutions, and data privacy are the top three IT challenges for businesses this year, according to Netwrix.
HiveIO Inc. released version 7.4 of Hive Fabric, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) ready solution that enables organizations to deploy virtualization technology without vendor complexity or the need for specialists.
This Q&A shares insight on why technology is central to transforming how buildings are managed, and how FM and CRE professionals can implement to benefit.
Recent research from Genesys found that 40% of employers without a written policy on the ethical use of AI/bots believe their companies should have one: 54% of employees agree.
Brazil’s Museum of Me uses artificial intelligence to interpret the social media personas of its guests, bringing visitors face-to-face with a digital reflection of themselves.
Updated software incorporates autonomous AI capabilities for improved planning and schedule optimization as well as improved modeling of sequence dependent setups, batching, and time constraints.
BrainBox AI has unveiled its patent-pending technology enabling buildings to reduce energy costs by 25-35% and their carbon footprint by 20-40%.
The WINT Water Intelligence solution helps organizations achieve two primary goals: To prevent damage from water leaks, and to improve sustainability by significantly reducing water consumption.
For consumable supplies and replacement parts, establishing predictive capabilities helps align inventory with projected facility maintenance needs.
The HID Condition Monitoring solution helps manufacturing facilities employ AI-based technology to monitor the health and performance of motors, rotating equipment, and other assets.
Designed to support future advances in project management technology and AI, the new platform provides data-driven insights and supports the real-time collaboration essential to smooth project delivery.
Nearly half of workers employed by technology laggards feel like outdated devices are limiting their productivity, according to a new Unisys Corporation study.
Through an exclusive partnership, these two firms are focused on protecting the networks and technologies that make commercial buildings smart and cyber secure.
These emerging and evolving concepts provide a framework around which facility management can plan and operate the workplace environments they oversee.
Wages, flexible work, and agile work arrangements are among the trends and market factors that will impact the U.S. workplace in 2018 and beyond, predicts Randstad.