Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. IoT articles below.
Cortet by CEL's new online resource for manufacturers, integrators, installers, and resellers of lighting systems, luminaires, lamps, and control/management systems is suitable for industrial and office facilities, warehouses, and other large facilities.
The analytics company is demonstrating environmental stewardship at its 24-building campus through lower energy consumption and greater operational efficiencies.
View this free video webinar and learn about energy management challenges faced by facilities professionals, and how IoT technology can help simplify management and reduce costs.
In this second installment, the pathways through which digital convergence enables new possibilities for workplace management leaders is discussed.
Digital convergence enables new possibilities for workplace management that can deliver cost reductions, improve operations, and facilitate occupant productivity.
Registration is open for this one-day event in Chicago that includes a discussion of Technology And Facility Management: A 360 Degree View.
A new report analyzes the outlook for six key types of artificial intelligence in the commercial building landscape
Spot-r is a wearable sensor with IoT-enabled technology that powers construction site connectivity and helps to improve worker safety.
Focused on making jobsites safer and more productive, a new construction technology system launches with a patented WiFi network.
Not all human skills can be replicated by a machine no matter how sophisticated. Here’s how smart organizations are strategically automating workplace tools to boost human capabilities.
Highlighting innovative products and designs introduced during the last 12 months, these lighting awards saw 255 entries spanning 14 categories.
BETA will help the real estate, construction, design, urban planning and facility management industries better understand and use contemporary and developing technologies for the built environment.
View this free webinar video and learn about a strategy-based approach to chiller maintenance.
With its new name, this provider of LED lighting solutions launches a cloud-based offering that leverages existing facility infrastructure to link power, light, and data systems.
According to a new report, evolutions in technology, delivery models, and customer demand are spurring the digital transformation of commercial buildings.
The new partnership will deliver connected lighting for smart commercial and industrial buildings, rapidly accelerating adoption of the Internet of Things.
Mobile data collection platforms, coupled with intuitive Internet of Things solutions, are empowering facility management professionals to tackle seemingly overwhelming challenges.
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.
KMC Connect Lite is the first in a series of mobile applications and IoT solutions that KMC Controls plans to develop using Kony’s cloud-based Platform.
This op-ed asserts that it’s time to learn from the group across the aisle – the consumer sector.
Sensors, software, and third-party analytics come together to provide facility management leaders new ways to operate not only HVAC, but all building systems.
In pursuing a smart building, a critical step is to identify and select smart sensors that are capable of generating rich, actionable data about an occupant’s whereabouts.
The new report from the League features five cities — four U.S. and New Delhi, India — and how these locations are implementing smart city projects.
The IoT solutions provider focused on the integrity of energy for critical infrastructure has secured a new $10 million investment.
From tunable white lighting to graphic user interfaces, Crestron’s Andrew Gross shares his predictions on the most impactful smart building trends for 2017.
Realizing the potential of the Internet of Things relies on the willingness of businesses and employees to share data so that connected devices can generate insight, action, and value, according to a new AIG study.
Embracing connectivity and the IoT brings valuable benefits but it also exposes organizations to potential threats to their security, facility processes, and operational integrity.
From building management systems to the next frontier of facility technology, the benefits of IoT abound but the roadmap differs for each organization.
The November / December 2016 issue looks at smart buildings, building automation, the Internet of Things, HVAC, energy management, sustainable restrooms, lighting, and ceilings. Plus, Solutions 2017: Advancements in Products & Services.
The EnOcean Alliance and IBM have joined forces to standardize intelligent building solutions for the Internet of Things.
Mobile software application enables building occupants to tap into Internet of Things capabilities to address common building issues including temperature settings, access control.
The provider of power, light and data products and expertise has created the program to advance connectivity and intelligence in the built environment and enhance the value of connected products.
The Thread Group, the industry consortium overseeing Thread, will leverage this existing wireless networking specification (initially created for smart homes) for the commercial building and professional sectors.
For software to thrive, data and systems need to be easily accessible. In industries other than the buildings industry, that's happened through open standards.
View this free webinar video and learn the definition of a "smart building," the latest trends in technology, benefits of smart building technologies, and steps to assess and create a smart building.
A newly released document from AT&T on navigating this threat landscape asserts that most cyberattacks currently impacting businesses are "known" or common threats.
This global developer of energy harvesting wireless technology is offering its wireless modules and white label products under the new brand name.
The smart restroom management system aims to make restrooms as smart as the rest of your building.
Recent research finds that the smart building market suffers from a fragmented ecosystem and that proprietary building automation solutions dominate. Still, that is expected to change. Where are facility management stakeholders on this spectrum?
AAT leverages BLE beacons and the power of the Internet of Things to turn assets into sensors for physical inventory visibility.