How easily can you modify your capital plan to accommodate changing priorities or emergencies?
Facility executives of retail locations need to balance creating an incredible customer experience while meeting sustainability goals.
View this free video webinar and find out why AI is coming for the facilities management industry, and how you can use and control it.
When combined with artificial intelligence and LiDAR remote sensing, drones can have transformative applications in the construction industry.
A comprehensive guide for facilities data collection, the Facility & Asset Data Collection Checklist is three checklists in one.
Facility assessments are too important to entrust to ineffective tools. Now there’s a better way to conduct and manage your assessments.
From space utilization to community benefits, here are five ways organizations define facilities performance and strategies for measuring it.
People are counting on you to stay ahead of long lead times and skyrocketing prices. Do you have the right data to do it?
Measuring KPIs with messy maintenance data just makes a bigger mess. It’s time to clean up your act.
Connecting wireless, battery-free sensors to IT infrastructures makes it easier than ever to make buildings into better places for work.
With a facility condition assessment (FCA), your organization can bridge the confidence gap, enter the planning processes on surer footing, and make smart long-term decisions.
The new software will help transform McKinstry's facility condition assessment.
Opti-Vu platform helps distill the data collected into insights and actions.
Scientists used millions of travelers' Flickr photos to quickly calculate global tourism. Is analyzing online data the next step in measuring our society?
The 2019 Workplace Report from Ted Moudis Associates indicates employee well-being is becoming a primary driver for tailored work environments.
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.
The Honeywell Energy Analysis Report (HEAR) service can provide facility managers with detailed information on how their organizations are using energy.