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    Trevor Ball  - 07.08.2019, 13:44

    Bolstering Security With Big Data

    Trevor Ball, business development manager UK & Ireland for Allegion UK, explains how facilities can improve security by harvesting and harnessing big data.

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    George Adams  - 24.07.2019, 11:01

    Is London Any Smarter?

    George Adams, UK Director of Energy and Engineering at SPIE (and a past CIBSE President), casts a critical eye over the Mayor of London’s smart city roadmap on the anniversary of its launch.

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    FM Editor  - 11.07.2019, 13:55

    Shining New Light On Energy Security

    Riello UPS has published a comprehensive report on the consequences of an electricity grid failure in the UK, following widely reported power outages that affected almost 50 million people in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay last month.

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    FM Editor  - 09.07.2019, 18:44

    Smart Building and City Security

    Axis Communications have published a white paper on the benefits and challenges of smart building and city management, in association with Virtually Informed and Unified Security.

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    Adam Brindle  - 02.07.2019, 13:11

    Managing Japanese Knotweed

    Adam Brindle, managing director of UK grounds contractor, The Grounds Care Group, explains the challenges for facilities managers of eradicating one of the most pesky of plants.

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    FM Editor  - 01.07.2019, 15:27

    White Paper on Pressure Sensors in Water Pumps

    Sensata Technologies has published a white paper demonstrating how new technology water pumps with pressure sensors are meeting the needs of 21st Century living.

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    Klaus Allion  - 27.06.2019, 18:22

    Out of Time, Out of Mind

    Klaus Allion, ANT Telecom managing director, considers risks associated with failing to respond punctually to critical alarms.

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    George Adams  - 14.06.2019, 15:18

    Tackling the Cocktail of Pollutants in Our Buildings

    George Adams explains why he supports calls by The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) for the UK government to include indoor airborne contaminants in its forthcoming Environment Bill.

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    George Adams  - 05.06.2019, 13:46

    Combating Pollution with Smarter Cities

    George Adams, Director of Energy & Engineering with SPIE UK and a past President of CIBSE, says air pollution which came under the spotlight on World Environment Day 2019, requires a rethink of the health, social and economic impact of urbanisation.

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    Bodet Group  - 23.05.2019, 18:29

    Managing Industrial and Organisational Lockdown

    While most organisations have a procedure in place should a fire occur, very few - with the exception of schools and a some hospitals, have a similar protocol for emergency situation. Time management specialists Bodet consider the measures businesses must take to remedy this situation.