2019 has just started and for the facility management industry, this is going to be a very exciting year. It would be safe to say that globally this will be the year of IoT and new devices which would make things way more efficient for facilities management companies. Not to mention it will also help
It is obvious that the surrounding will have either a positive or negative impact on their health and well being of its employees. Positive vibes from the environment are very essential to stay safe organized and healthy. Right workplace increases the life expectancy and works potential of an employee which tends to efficient working process
When we think about the hotel then first thing comes into our mind is the comfort and luxury according to the famous landmark of the place that gives a soothing experience. But the main reason behind attracting customers from their unique way of delivering their services. Each hotel signifies the cultural taste of the place.
A recent report by The Sydney Morning Herald, a leading newspaper of Australia perturbed many integrated facility management professionals. It had completely misrepresented the role of ergonomics at workplace. The publication cited that role of ergonomics in workplace and consequent issues of back pain is something which is best understood and left to people of
Space Utilization and Lower operating expenditure can be achieved in Facility Management with the help of Digital Sensing.Beacons and Sensor are the main heroes of Digital Sensing, it uses RFID tags and WI-FI connectivity. It is actually a boon for business leaders because it helps them in security, managing operating expenditure and inventory that automatically
The urgency of addressing climate change has been made clear by a recent report issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The report warns that even at 1.5°C warming, the planet will experience irreversible catastrophic climate effects. To change this trajectory, we must work at a speed and scale without precedent. This will require