Resource pages for "Sensors"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Next generation Cellio LoRa long-range, low-power wireless transceivers are for wide area, end-to-end monitoring and control for agriculture, cold chain, gas distribution, transportation, and many other industrial applications.
Every sensor within a building system has data to share. And, whether it’s fire, intrusion, or access control, the information can be used for its security-related purposes.
Data centers can improve power usage effectiveness by up to 25% with energy-efficient LED lighting paired with sophisticated controls and sensors.
Alongside energy retrofit projects like LED lighting, Current can simultaneously attach a sensor-based digital network to provide facilities additional data and insights into their operations.
The company’s latest patent was awarded for innovative mapping and nesting features that employ a distributed monitoring model in facility management systems.
xCella Wireless allows for the control of lighting, HVAC, and plug load in small spaces and can also be networked for a floor or building-wide solution.
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.
From building management systems to the next frontier of facility technology, the benefits of IoT abound but the roadmap differs for each organization.
The Aegex IoT Platform for Hazardous Locations is built specifically for regulated areas where explosive atmospheres require Internet of Things equipment that is certified intrinsically safe, or incapable of causing an explosion.
A environmental sensor-based system that provides monitoring and alerting services for the mechanical spaces of buildings.
Efficient facility layout and utilization help to deliver cost savings and occupant productivity. Would pursuing “Standards as a Service” promote these goals?
In this fourth installment in a six-part series, the impact of municipal digital infrastructure on economic development is discussed.
This second article in a series discusses a new kind of urban infrastructure, purpose built for the digital age.
This SaaS platform combines sensor hardware and artificial intelligence to deliver insights about energy consumption and operating conditions.
This disruption impacting facilities management holds significant promise if stakeholders are cognizant of their roles in the emerging landscape.
Focusing on minimizing false readings and improving accuracy will quicken widespread adoption.
From wire detection to the latest video analytics, there are many ways to protect exteriors. From the August 2013 issue.