The Internet of Things is not new in facilities management, but few are taking advantage of the data, insights, and automation that IoT offers.
Destratification fans can help save energy, purify air, and increase occupant comfort in a variety of settings including warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and office buildings.
Mesa’s Impact Report makes understanding energy savings in a space easier through quantifiable metrics, while also supporting ESG (environmental, social, and governance reporting).
Equipment that minimizes repairs, saves energy, and improves health will help ensure that HVAC retrofits provide efficient performance and comfort.
Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization enables buildings to operate autonomously, proactively making adjustments that provide more comfort for the people inside and drastically cutting energy consumption.
At an outpatient facility, trial implementation of phase change material showcases latent heat storage that improves occupant comfort.
The O3 Sensor Hub 2.0 replaces the conventional thermostat with an all-encompassing hub that creates a more comfortable space for occupants, while also providing easy accessibility and management for building owners.
BrainBox AI has unveiled its patent-pending technology enabling buildings to reduce energy costs by 25-35% and their carbon footprint by 20-40%.
Hot/cold complaints are all too familiar to many facility managers, and something that impacts employee comfort and productivity.
This Q&A describes the components of the Interact Office connected lighting system, and the applications for facility management.
Expanding its smart building solutions portfolio, Siemens has acquired Building Robotics, whose user-friendly Comfy app empowers building occupants.
The first of its kind based on size and scale, the longitudinal study reveals the collective benefits of a systems-based design approach.
Based on data from the facility, this test provides a report on the comfort performance of a buildings’ mechanical systems, on a zone by zone level.
These emerging and evolving concepts provide a framework around which facility management can plan and operate the workplace environments they oversee.
Opened in 1931, the Starrett-Lehigh Building in Manhattan now features a wireless controls system to regulate heating and cooling.
Industry stakeholders are recognizing the work of technicians in the HVAC industry, their impact on buildings and homes, and training to fill a talent gap.
The company now offers a complete range of Pressure Independent Balancing and Control Valves to fit a variety of applications in building environments.
This lighting controls strategy is used to reduce energy use while maintaining occupant comfort.
As purveyors of peace and quiet, lodging facilities might consider this building envelope upgrade to better serve guests.
Six ways to improve office facility management operations — and the employee/tenant experience in the meantime.
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