The university is using the Boomi Master Data Hub to create a centralised data synchronisation hub to link up its IT environment.
The InterContinental Madrid has reduced its energy consumption by 40% after equipping its HVAC systems with ABB drives and high-efficiency motors.
Intelligent technology managing heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), lighting and fire safety that was once considered groundbreaking is increasingly becoming the norm in most buildings.
A smart city vision has been turned into reality in a suburb of Helsinki, the capital of Finland.
Technological advancements, Internet of Things and automation are challenging and changing the vocational education and workforce training models.
With the rising volumes of data exchanged and increasing numbers of networks, the demand for higher speeds and the density of equipment are vital for having more reliable, secure and high-performance electrical and digital building infrastructures.
A new report calls for development of a national plan of settlement, providing a national vision for Australian cities and regions over the next 50 years.
The Australian smart cities market is growing by the nanosecond. In this race among cities to become smarter, network infrastructure and outcome-based approach will be critical for success.
The mySmart MY-PA08 sensor series provides versatile and easy-to-install entry level sensors.
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Lost cards and fobs are the Achilles heel of any access control system. And it's an absolute pain to deal with when it happens, no matter who you are.
Councils across Australia are testing and adopting smart technologies to improve livability and efficiency.
The Lapp ETHERLINE PN CAT.6a Fast Connect high-speed cable is suitable for customers in the machinery, plant and equipment manufacturing sector.
The BuildingIQ Outcome-based Fault Detection (OFD) service helps building and portfolio operators identify issues, prioritise repairs and validate work performed.
The Green Building Council of Australia's 'Carbon Positive Roadmap' will drive the smart buildings market, according to Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand.