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Displaying items by tag: Buildings

Building controls company Honeywell is using its carbon energy management software - Carbon & Energy Management - aimed at helping building owners and operators meet “two pressing, yet often conflicting objectives” - reducing the environmental impact of buildings while optimising indoor air quality to support occupant well-being.

Samsung Electronics announced a partnership with technology company ABB to expand Samsung SmartThings integration into more homes and buildings.

Published in Internet of Things

More greenhouse gases were produced in 2018 than any previous year, despite more than 20 countries reducing their carbon emissions since 2000, research from UNSW Sydney and their collaborators has shown.

Published in Climate

The NSW Government is planning to build smart technology into infrastructure and buildings in a move its says will create jobs, cut traffic and commute times, slash water bills, reduce crime and boost the economy and turn New South Wales into the "smart state".

Published in Government Tech Policy

Data centre operator NextDC is claiming Australia’s first NABERS 5-star rated data centre with the official certification of its M1 Melbourne facility.

Published in Data Centres

Location data provider PSMA Australia has rolled out a Buildings API which is claimed to allow software developers to have authoritative location intelligence to Web-enabled business processes and applications.

Published in Business Intelligence
Thursday, 17 October 2013 12:23

Apple gains approval for 'spaceship' HQ

Apple's amazing new second campus, dubbed the 'spaceship', has been cleared for construction by Californian officials.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 07 December 2009 13:54

ICT greenhouse gas emissions reduction quantified

Nearly six billion tonnes of CO2 emissions could be eliminated by 2020 through the focussed use of 17 core technologies in four of the world’s major economic sectors, according to a preview of a report released today just ahead of the United Nations’ COP15 climate change conference starting in Denmark this week.


Published in Energy

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