Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Resource pages for "Artificial Intelligence (AI)"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Facility executives can upgrade their surveillance cameras to provide a 24/7 monitoring service that can identify a gun threat.
Two new OpenBlue Innovation Centers will focus on developing hardware and software built around 5G and IoT, adding greater system connectivity, control and visualization for building environments.
The company’s new innovation helps buildings measure progress on their sustainability goals, and optimize their carbon and energy footprints.
Liquid immersion cooling is easy to deploy quickly, incrementally, and cost effectively, and it reduces energy costs.
The all-in-one solution uses AI technology to secure buildings and help prevent loitering, intrusions and property losses.
Patriot One's new SmartGateway security screening solution will be implemented at the Rupp Arena and Lexington Opera House entrances.
The World Economic Forum recognized LG Electronics for the innovative digital transformation of its Changwon, South Korea appliance manufacturing facility.
New platform uses AI and machine learning to maximize revenue and productivity for construction projects.
Eagle Eye Networks introduces Eagle Eye LPR, making highly accurate license plate recognition possible with any security camera.
Transformation in facilities management is more than digitization. It’s a way of rethinking, improving processes so everybody involved wins.
Supported by a cross-section of stakeholders in the buildings industry, the report offers facility stakeholders insights on the development of technologies and market offerings.
The company has been named to Fast Company's inaugural Next Big Things in Tech list.
Sophisticated digital ID global solutions expected to benefit multiple industries, including finance, security, and e-commerce by 2030, finds Frost & Sullivan.
VergeSense is a workplace analytics platform provider for enterprises, helping them transform their workplace to match today’s employee needs and expectations.
Optimum Fleetio Health’s predictive solution detects unforeseen vehicle issues up to four weeks before failure, and provides an actionable resolution plan. Users can keep assets on the road and businesses making money by reducing unplanned breakdowns and spare vehicles costs.
Workplace safety can be a serious challenge and business expense for any organization but AI video analytics can help bridge the gap between incident and response by quickly identifying and addressing hazards before they become problems.
AI-enhanced energy management technology integrates with building controls to reduce HVAC-related electric costs by up to 20%.
A pilot started at a RLG construction site is evaluating the potential to prevent job site incidents and accidents for other customers.
The Onsight collaboration and knowledge capture platform helps field workers conduct their jobs safely and more efficiently.
The consortium propels the innovation of digital twin technology through consistent design methods, open-source collaboration and the development of best practices