Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. apps articles below.
A new survey from ARC reveals insight into the evaluation and acquisition of technology that facilities teams use to meet operating objectives.
Expanding its smart building solutions portfolio, Siemens has acquired Building Robotics, whose user-friendly Comfy app empowers building occupants.
The company's underwriting platform utilizes tens of thousands of data points to assess the risk surface of a smart building, including a review of exposed Internet-connected IoT devices.
These emerging and evolving concepts provide a framework around which facility management can plan and operate the workplace environments they oversee.
The paints and coatings company announces its nationwide rollout of 24/7 online ordering is underway.
Whether packages are delivered to a large mailroom or the front desk, this new app from Envoy automates the receiving, sorting, and pick up of these items.
An OSHA campaign aims to raise awareness and educate workers and their employers about the dangers of hot weather work.
The technology company announces the integration of Slack into its platform as well as an improved design for its Service Request module.
Mercy Health-Cincinnati has introduced "Right This Way", an "indoor GPS" that uses beacon technology to guide hospital visitors and patients.
Many employers offer flexibility, opportunities to work remotely, and mobile apps to “app-propriately” meet demands of the fast-paced, modern workforce.
A Japanese telecom company has created an app that helps workers find open bathroom stalls, and lets their employers measure how much time they spend in there.
This technology platform ensures building occupants will be alerted immediately during an emergency — irrespective of the notification settings on their mobile devices or the language they speak.
At the new Thompson Seattle, interdepartmental communication flows through a custom combination of device, app, and accessory.
Mobile software application enables building occupants to tap into Internet of Things capabilities to address common building issues including temperature settings, access control.
New app helps customers better visualize what facility enhancements can do for their workplace, while helping them save money, and increase efficiency and productivity.
Planon Universe is a cloud based Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) platform.
This first-generation product brings real-time U.S. Geological Survey data together in a web mashup with information from the NWS and other sources.
iOffice Marketplace is a network of vetted SaaS-based partners that provide services and products for facility managers focused on creating a fully-integrated workplace.
Facility managers can search chiller features and related information using a simple interface, available through iTunes or Google Play.
A complement to the company's IWMS Mail Module, this new app facilitates mail delivery in an increasingly mobile workplace environment.
Analysis and tech tools strengthen facility management in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Users who have last year’s app already downloaded on their phones should receive a notification that an update is available.
Most desired 2015 workplace perks are team collaboration apps and flexible work programs.
ISSA has introduced a new mobile game, Angry Janitors, a free app designed to educate players on hygiene awareness while keeping them engaged and entertained. Are you keen enough on workplace cleaning to earn a Golden Plunger???
An alternative to retro commissioning, a continuous approach using two apps available through Panoptix enables facility managers to keep a close eye on building systems.
What is a good smart phone app for managing maintenance crews?
IMS Research has recently released its annual intelligent building trends white paper. These predictions for 2013 and beyond serve to provide insight into key trends and opportunities in the intelligent buildings industry.
What app is missing from your facility management toolbox? Is there some kind of mobile app you’d use on a regular basis that could help make the operations and maintenance process easier? Please fill out the brief survey and help the tech team at Today's Facility Manager design your ideal app.
Using the recently released Grainger App, facility management professionals can quickly access more than 900,000 products as well as numerous features that help orchestrate maintenance, repair, and operations.
This mobile application enables users to access 360° surveillance, in full HD. Featuring iPad and iPhone compatibility, the app enables total situational awareness from all locations.
This app can save time when calculating relative humidity at a facility.
From handheld devices to sophisticated field equipment, the latest technologies can help improve operations efficiency. New mobile apps and remote connectivity are reshaping the mindset of today.
A competition by the U.S. Department of Energy highlights new mobile apps that track consumption. Public voting open until tomorrow, May 31.
Facility professionals can use this tool to access product information and other data from this flooring company.
A trade-in program addresses facilities that want to update their roadway signage with current technology.
This iPad app is designed to simplify finding the right access control locking solution for any door in a facility.
Healthworking+ contains valuable advice about seating and posture, including how to adjust your chair and how to set correct working heights for desks and computer monitors. The exercise section contains 19 instructional videos demonstrating a range of stretches designed to keep backs, shoulders, necks, arms, and wrists free from strain and injury.
What kinds of maintenance programs or apps are available for use with PDAs?
This app enables two-way interaction between facility managers and their APOGEE building automation systems.
This app for the iPad and iPhone was designed to calculate the risk associated with manual material handling tasks.