Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Technology articles below.
The award-winning Onvation Smart Restroom Solution proactively controls and optimizes servicing of One World Trade Center's 140 restrooms.
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Aspirating smoke detection technology enhances safety, eases inspection and maintenance of high ceiling applications common in the hospitality industry.
Rice engineers have developed polymer cores that redirect light from any source to solar cells.
Facility managers are looking to technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to help employees safety return to work.
Nearly 40 business and government leaders discussed the need for a National Building Information Management Program to improve the relationships, performance and profitability of the increasingly digitalized U.S. AECO industry
New solution will provide AI-powered software to drive dynamic resource and space allocations through intelligent, automatic seating assignment methods
A first-of-its-kind study from the New Buildings Institute provides a comprehensive analysis of electric technologies that can displace fossil fuels in buildings.
High-efficiency boilers are new in the grand scheme of heating equipment. Servicing them on a regular basis will help ensure their longevity for years to com
New collaboration offers facial authentication AI solutions combined with advanced access control to create safer, healthier, more connected building environments.
Facility executives are prioritizing three mission critical focus areas of a healthy building — people, places, and planet — finds Johnson Controls survey.
To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Rhombus security cameras automatically identify if individuals are not wearing face coverings.
In 2020, indoor air quality became front and center for buildings as CDC and ASHRAE stated that COVID-19 viral particles are likely spread not only through droplets but also via aerosols.
State of Texas selected Eagle Disinfection Group's Puradigm Technology to protect Texas Capitol Building, Capitol Annex Buildings, and Senate and House Chambers against COVID-19.
APJeT has achieved 99.9999% kill rates of surrogate human coronavirus with its new air plasma technology, available in four solutions.
Establishing an updated set of workplace and workforce management best practices that better reflects the profound changes in the way we work will be essential as we roll into 2021.
Holistic integration across digital twin technologies will enable users to digitally manage physical spaces, maximize efficiency, support COVID-19 safety, and pilot new solutions.
Sloan’s updated line of Bluetooth-connected products enables facility managers to wirelessly monitor the health and status of their fixtures.
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University of Denver, College of Charleston among schools to leverage COVID-19 Shield: Contact tracing software to help reintegrate students onto campus during Coronavirus threat.
The BIM Council will lead the development of U.S. information management standards and building processes.
ASHRAE’s new headquarters uses technology integration to increase efficiency, protect people and property, and enhance the occupant experience, and is a model for net-zero energy building design.
Med-tech companies partner to provide chemical-free hospital-grade UV decontamination technology to protect healthcare and frontline workers.
The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) has awarded Yale New Haven Health its 2020 Excellence in Health Care Facility Management Award.
In the past, security systems comprised of solutions from multiple vendors may have been an attractive option. Today, end-to-end solutions from a single provider offer many benefits over that model.
Facility managers can minimize underused space and cost effectively optimize safety with aspirating systems that continuously take in smoke at identifiable, concealable sample points.