Resource pages for "building inspections"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Saving time is one way using a drone for inspections benefit facility management.
This article provides insight on the use of drones for roof and facade inspections, and points out key advantages and shortcomings.
New report looks at the potential for this technology to be used for building façade inspections. Currently, legal drone use in New York City is restricted to approved government agencies in response to specific emergencies.
With demand increasing, ICC and RESNET are developing an ANSI standard to inspect buildings remotely.
Aspirating smoke detection technology enhances safety, eases inspection and maintenance of high ceiling applications common in the hospitality industry.
[FREE EBOOK] Read the basics of building inspections and why they’re a necessary part of running a successful business. Inside, you’ll find the action items and tools you’ll need to ensure a constant state of compliance.
Business Intelligence is a tool for simplifying the process of data collection and review so that critical information can more quickly be presented to decision makers.
In partnership with Tremco Roofing, Industrial SkyWorks has been operating SkyBEAM drones for building inspections in Canada. Now, the technology can be applied in the U.S.