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The Spiralling Carbon Emissions We’re All Guilty of
Energy
Friday March 24 2017

The Spiralling Carbon Emissions We’re All Guilty of

When we think of carbon emissions we tend to think of dirty emissions from car and truck exhausts or belching smokestacks of coal fired power stations.

Cloud-based Vs On-premise Construction Applications
Technology
Tuesday December 20 2016

Cloud-based Vs On-premise Construction Applications

Traditional on-premise software consists of application packages that a company purchases outright. The company hosts the software within its own physical location.

Google Start-up Uses Cloud to Make Files Compatible
Technology
Wednesday July 6 2016

Google Start-up Uses Cloud to Make Files Compatible

Research into the world’s future urbanisation challenges by a Google start-up has resulted in a new software platform that could radically enhance the way architects collaborate...

How the Cloud Can Help Manage Multi-site Facilities
Buildings
Friday March 18 2016

How the Cloud Can Help Manage Multi-site Facilities

In a perfect world, facilities managers would always choose to optimise building performance.

BIM Level-of-Development Drives BIM ROI
Technology
Thursday March 26 2015

BIM Level-of-Development Drives BIM ROI

In 2003, we sought the BIM benefits of a coordinated construction document set using a single source Revit model.

Cloud Sensors Enhance Rail Safety
Infrastructure
Monday September 1 2014

Cloud Sensors Enhance Rail Safety

Engineers in Germany are using a wireless, cloud-supported network of sensors to dramatically enhance the safety of rail systems by detecting damage in advance.