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The New Standard of Indoor Air Quality

John McPherson, managing director, ABM UK, explains why the absence of a consensus global standard for Indoor Air Quality presents difficulties for facility managers, and the measures his company is taking to preventing sick building syndrome (SBS) in client locations. The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically disrupted life around the world, and most profoundly, our interactions outside…

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FIFA to Introduce Semi-automated Offside Technology for 2022 World Cup

Technology uses tracking cameras mounted underneath stadium roofs.

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The Future Lands for Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Accompanied by a New Hotel Opening

An attraction that has been years in the making has finally been cleared for takeoff at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (KSCVC) in Florida. Gateway™: The Deep Space Launch Complex formally opened to the public Wednesday with a grand opening ceremony attended by Delaware North CEO Jerry Jacobs Jr., KSCVC Chief Operating Officer Therrin Protze and…

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Zurich UK Launches Smart Building Proposition

Zurich Insurance Group has unveiled a new smart building proposition to help businesses in the United Kingdom cut property losses and boost sustainability.  The self-installed devices monitor the real-time ‘health’ of buildings, allowing firms to increase operational efficiencies, reduce risk and optimise energy use to support carbon reduction.   Known as Zurich insite, the technology taps…

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Cloudfm Welcomes UK Net Zero Report

Cloudfm has welcomed a House of Commons Environment Audit Committee (EAC) report that calls for whole-life carbon assessments of larger buildings. ‘Building to net zero: costing carbon in construction’ criticises the government for focusing too much on reporting energy efficiency and lacking the impetus to mandate reporting on embodied carbon emissions for the whole life…

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RO Capital Partners Backs AI Liquid Sensor Business

RO Capital Partners (ROCP), the RO Group’s venture capital arm, has led an investment round in AI and machine learning liquid sensor business InferSens alongside the Oxford Innovation Fund and Bruce Melizan, the former managaing director of  Interserve’s support services division.  ROCP’s contribution comprises £309,000 of the total £870,000 raised, which will be used as…

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