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Smart Buildings Magazine | eNews Issue 190 | 30th November 2022

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Building safety – why should you care?

Highlighting the need to move from compliance to leadership in building safety, ASSA ABLOY’s latest white paper is designed to challenge the way the industry thinks about safety within the built environment – encouraging building owners, managers and developers to elevate safety from just being a ‘tick box’ exercise.

New Bluetooth specification project

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced a new specification development project to define the operation of Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) in additional unlicensed mid-band spectrum, including the 6 GHz frequency band.

Office building performance review identifies €108K annual energy savings

Consultants from climate tech firm, IES, have helped Savills to achieve projected annual energy costs savings of up to €108,000 and carbon savings of up to 302 tonnes of CO2 per year, after being commissioned by the commercial and residential property company to optimise the operational performance of a 14,000 sq m office building in George's Quay, Dublin.

Pressac helps Toyota with energy savings

Pressac has helped car company Toyota more than double its energy cost savings.

Spending on smart building cyber security surges, driven by rising levels of risk

Cyber security consistently ranks as one of the top 3 concerns worrying organizations that are considering investment in IoT or digital transformation projects.

Q&A - Nick Pledge, MBA - CEO, EcoSync

Nick is a highly commercial and entrepreneurial leader of technology based disruptive propositions in start-ups, scale-ups and corporate ventures.

A look into the future of networks

Chris Dyke, sales director UK & Ireland, Allied Telesis. has shared his predictions for 2023. Let’s have a look into the future!


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