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Facility management teams use drones for their own inspection needs, but what about when others fly this equipment over your property?
The April 2020 issue features HVAC and COVID-19, anti-drone technology, lighting trends, and more. Plus, our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
In a modern twist on the beloved ice cream truck, Unilever teamed up with Terra Drone Europe to demonstrate how Ben & Jerry’s ice cream can be delivered in New York, by drone.
Sustainability will be one central theme in the 2020 event landscape, as attendees are demanding more eco-friendly practices.
If you’re looking to read more about the latest in facility management technology, you’ve come to the right place. Here are seven top tech trends to look out for this year.
Through a series of visionary LEGO models designed by fans of all ages, the FutuRE:BUILD contest and exhibition revealed the imaginative power of machine technology.
These unmanned aerial vehicles are used increasingly for building and site inspections, and expanded capabilities are on the horizon.
The February 2019 issue features this year's Facility Executive of the Year. Plus, a look drones and FM, building envelope and energy, and our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
Sentinel Consulting launched Unmanned Technology Planning and Design Services which will be introduced at the Unmanned Security Expo NY, November 14-15.
The City of Reno, NV recently tested drone delivery of AED equipment as part of its participation in FAA Drone Integration Pilot Program.
Learn about the five biggest innovations in facility management technology we've seen this year. Plus, get a free ebook on more technology trends!
Using PrecisionHawk's open software architecture, the two companies will develop custom software and algorithms to boost aerial intelligence during construction projects.
Developments in video surveillance technology have accelerated in recent years.
A new survey and white paper from ISACA explores whether businesses are ready for the increasing role of drones.
Asset management is bolstered by using innovative technologies such as drones to proactively inspect critical assets and ensure these are maintained effectively.
From virtual reality to drones and AI, developments in the broader technology space have increasing relevance and presence in facility management.
Using radio radio frequency detection, this equipment identifies drones up to 1,000 meters.