The facility management sector is awash with acronyms, especially in the technology sphere with CAFM, CMMS, EAMS, FMIS, IWMS and MMS bandied around with increasing ease, if not understanding.
Helping preserve most metal surfaces against corrosion, MilCorr VpCI Shrink Film provides complete product storage protection, including for shipments.
The 2015 Milan Expo will include a pavilion with an air-cleaning façade designed by Rome-based architectural practice Nemesi & Partners.
ICAM, an Italian supplier of automated storage and filing, has announced a new interactive stock picking system.
At its World Wide Developers’ Conference this week, Apple announced new versions of its desktop operating system OS X, and its mobile operating system iOS.
June 4 is World FM Day. Initiated by Global FM, a worldwide alliance of member-centred facility management organisations, World FM Day aims to raise the global profile of the facilities management profession.
A collection of carpet tiles made from discarded fishing nets, sourced from some of the world’s poorest fishing communities, has taken out the 2014 Good Design Award for Sustainability.
Leading wood care brand Sikkens has taken the guesswork out of choosing a timber coating with the new range of Sikkens Cetol 100-millilitre sample pots.
Building on the cutting edge technology of its R250 outdoor luminaire, GE has launched the Eco R250.
BenQ’s new P Series Projectors offer high brightness, optional lenses and interchangeable colour wheels for complete installation flexibility.
The ARBS 2014 Industry Awards, which recognise outstanding achievement in Australia’s air-conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry, have been announced.
Each year in Australia, an average of 1800 children suffer scald burns requiring admission to hospital. Of these incidents, approximately one in five is due to exposure to hot tap water.
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Parrot, maker of the popular range of hobby drones, has released a new range of advanced plant sensors that can be easily programmed by anyone.