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Smart Buildings Magazine | eNews Issue 188 | 2nd November 2022

Smart Buildings Magazine is an integrated website and bi-weekly e-newsletter which aims to link people, products and processes in the smart buildings industry.

We are being encouraged to return to the office, so it is vital that our workspaces are safe and secure, and we need technology to make this happen. Smart buildings play a vital role in saving energy and making our workplaces safe, productive and comfortable to work in.

If you are interested in contributing to Smart Buildings Magazine please contact me at j.hatcher@turretgroup.com.

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Smart Buildings Show presentations now online

The presentations from Smart Buildings Show 2022 are now available online.

The show, which had a 40 per cent increase in attendance, has gone from strength to strength, with the theatres busy from when the exhibition first opened its doors.

Spacewell releases white paper on the energy challenge in commercial real estate

Spacewell has released a white paper on the energy challenge in CRE. The paper, which is co-authored with Dexma Energy Intelligence, examines the role of the built environment in the energy transition against the background of the climate emergency, the energy crisis, ESG pressures, and recent evolutions that are transforming the world of commercial real estate.

Distech Controls’ expands Digital Partner Program

The Distech Digital Partner Program, which was originally comprised of digital service providers across building technologies, property management, and occupant services in France and North America, is now available to the whole of Europe.

Research shows companies are still puzzled over office’s future

New research released by the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) and MillerKnoll has revealed that most companies remain uncertain about what their post-pandemic workplaces will look like as workers continue to crave the flexibility they experienced as a result of COVID-19 social distancing measures.

New housing developments demand smart controls

CommScope says that hi-tech apartments are proving a big draw for owners and residents.

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