The UK’s leading platform for innovation and technology in the built environment, Digital Construction Week (DCW), has announced its foray into Australia with a launch at DesignBUILD, TFX’s co-located event this October 2021. This global expansion of the brand is set to promote investment in growth markets like Australia and signifies the future direction of the industry.
High Snaps can live-stream aerial footage and deliver detailed 3D maps, digital twins and survey data of any site or asset instantly. Helping teams get full access to site information and make insightful decisions without having to leave their desk.
A recent report by Frost & Sullivan suggests that the mega trend of connectivity and convergence has stimulated innovation in business models, e-auctions being an innovation example within the construction industry.
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The Air Conditioning & Refrigeration industry is changing, no longer do building managers want to pay tradesman to come out to their sites and check equipment that may not require certain checks. Sense IoT has the right solutions to optimise the process.
It is safe to say that most of us have experienced the open office environment at some point in our working lives where the main complaints are “it’s too noisy” and/or “it’s too quiet”.
For 10 years, Pete Tickler, head of digital innovation at ERM Power, has focused on the intersection between data and energy. Speaking at Total Facilities on data and demand management, he says the devil is in the detail – you just need to open your eyes.
Digital building models have evolved and are set to make a positive impact on facilities management.
Adding more sound runs contrary to most people’s understanding of how to achieve effective acoustics. Many mistakenly believe the goal is to make their facility as silent as possible.
An Australian company, using a wireless solution developed by UNSW, is rolling out technology across the country that allows buildings to monitor themselves and report problems autonomously – and even talk to your smartphone.