Creating a great workplace doesn’t mean spending money on perks, says ZRINKA LOVRENCIC, managing director of Great Place to Work Australia.
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How mobile devices are and can be adapted to industrial applications is noted by FREDRIK ALFREDSSON, JONAS BRÖNMARK, PETTER DAHLSTEDT, MAGNUS LARSSON and ELINA VARTIAINEN of ABB.
The new AXIS M1025 is aimed at small stores, boutiques, offices as well as residential users looking for a simple and affordable network camera solution.
A photo series taken by the New York City Department of Transportation reveals the transformative evidence of Michael Bloomberg’s ‘street intervention’ initiative.
SCOTT AITKEN, special counsel at Madgwicks, provides advice on deterring corrupt procurement conduct.
Breaking our addiction to paper means changing work practises as a whole rather than simply replacing the paper with a computer screen, says DAVID GLANCE, director, Centre for Software Practice at University of Western Australia
The River Derwent Heavy Metal Project is a unique blend of science, architecture and art at Hobart’s MONA facility that aims to lessen the contamination of the river and educate the community at the same time.
Thermal destratification and air circulation fan maker Airius has launched a Designer Series of fans which are enclosed in a cylindrical housing and can be painted to match any colour code.
MICHEL THERIAULT, principal of Strategic Advisor, looks at seven features of a high-performing facilities management department.
The HD 5/12 C and HD 5/12 CX Plus are the latest compact and easy to use cold water pressure cleaners from Kärcher Professional. Able to clean anything from courtyards to workshops to construction sites, they are designed to be the ultimate all-rounders.
Facilities Coordinators, Maintenance Supervisors and Asset Managers have been identified as three of the skills in demand in 2014′s FM jobs market by recruiters Hays Facilities Management.
Schneider Electric’s new Predictive Optimisation software continuously monitors real-time weather forecasts, energy prices, tariffs and demand response (DR) signals, then makes small automatic changes in HVAC operations to reduce HVAC energy use up to 25 per cent, which it says typically equates to 6 to 10 percent of total building energy use.
Today is the 6th day of the Chinese New Year – the year of the horse – and Market City in Sydney’s Chinatown is bringing virtual firecrackers to its customers by using augmented reality.
A set of three standards which can be used to manage any assets, from railway sleepers to brand reputation to telecommunications networks, have been published by ISO.
Intelligent, sustainable design and construction and the latest energy-saving appliances are helping retirees living at Stockland’s Selandra Rise Retirement Village in Cranbourne, Victoria, save more than $700 per year on average on their water and energy bills, according to the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).