Leading internet protocol (IP) surveillance solution provider Brickcom has been recently confirmed as an authorised Apple MFi manufacturer.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has met with Tasmanian business leaders to explore means of cutting energy costs and unlocking energy productivity gains using finance for energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
Corrosion of water and wastewater infrastructure, and in some cases the subsequent leakage, costs the industry in excess of $1 billion each year. The main assets that are affected by corrosion are the pipelines, storage tanks and treatment plants.
Launched in 2014, the Dulux BIM (Building Information Modelling) solutions provide registered Revit content and plugins, allowing users to add Dulux colours to Revit models quickly and easily at the planning stage. Currently, there are three download options – Dulux Colour Atlas Revit Plug-in, Dulux Colour Group Revit Families and individual Dulux Colour Revit Families.
Solaris Paper has added a new mini hand towel washroom solution (product reference number 1510) to its existing LIVI range of bathroom products. With smaller sized soft paper towels, the new system has been designed specifically for children.
Uniden’s new flagship five-watt UH950S UHF CB two-way radio is an ideal communication device for remote locations with little or no mobile phone coverage. Built to withstand rugged outdoor conditions in Australia and New Zealand, the radio has been temperature-tested and is shock resistant for high performance.
The Tork Xpressnap Drive Thru Dispenser delivers one, two or four napkins, neatly folded, ready for the bag or tray. Designed specifically for Quick Service Restaurants (QSR), the new Tork dispenser helps serve customers faster by quickly providing the right number of napkins without having to count or separate from a pile.
Western Australian-based company CASWA has created a new easy-to-use technology that significantly reduces both operational health and safety (OHS) and business risk associated with industrial equipment use.
Competing in the Volvo Ocean Race, the all-female Team SCA supported by Tork, continue to impress the crowds with their success in inshore racing. After winning the In-Port Race in Abu Dhabi back in January, it also won the In-Port Race in Auckland in March.
Tech Glass Installations Victoria recently hired the new 1000kg 12v Glass Lifter from Kennards Hire Lift & Shift to install the large glass panels at the newly constructed Predator Precinct at Melbourne Zoo.
On 18 March, nearly 90 members of the facilities management and system integration industries as well as media, visitor groups and associations gathered for a networking event as the prelude to the first major facilities industry event in New Zealand: Facilities Integrate 2015.
A new e-waste processing and training facility at Bendigo’s Radius Environmental Services will provide meaningful employment opportunities for people living with a disability. Radius Environmental Services is a social enterprise that specialises in sustainable waste management and provides training and employment opportunities for people living with a disability.
Small businesses account for nearly half of private sector employment in Australia. Energy Cut, a joint initiative between not-for-profit positive-change organisation Do Something and the Council of Small Business Australia (COSBOA), helps these businesses make informed choices in order to save on energy costs. It aims to help these businesses benefit through lower energy costs and wider productivity gains, improving their overall competitiveness and boosting continued growth.
Schneider Electric was recently recognised by the Ethisphere Institute, the global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as 2015’s World’s Most Ethical Company. The designation recognises organisations that have had a material impact on the way business is conducted by fostering a culture of ethics and transparency at every level of the company.
On the first day of the Total Facilities exhibition on 25 March 2015 Facility Management magazine caught up with several experts from various sectors relevant to facility management for exclusive interviews and discussions where they shared trends for running more sustainable keynotes facilities and also shed light on the challenges facing an industry on the brink of a technological revolution, although it may not yet be ready to culturally embrace this sea change.