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Smart Buildings Magazine | eNews Issue 217 | 10th January 2024

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.

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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Freshwave lighting up Lucent W1 with connectivity from all four mobile operators

Lucent W1, a new mixed-use development behind the Piccadilly Lights, is working with Freshwave so its tenants and visitors will enjoy in-building connectivity from all four mobile network operators (MNOs).

Tamlite Lighting achieves Planet Mark Recertification

Tamlite Lighting has been re-awarded the prestigious Planet Mark certification for its commitment to sustainable best practice throughout its operations.

Johnson Controls shows the future of smart buildings

The pressure to meet global climate targets has never been greater and with buildings accounting for 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions, there is an urgent need to advance sustainable building technology to help enterprises meet net zero goals while accommodating for continued growth.

SSE Energy Solutions drives a 7% reduction in carbon emissions at the Minster Building, London

SSE Energy Solutions has been working in partnership with FM company Vertex Services Group Limited (Vertex) on the decarbonisation of the Minster Building.

Abloy UK launches CLIQ Local Manager Remote

Abloy UK has launched CLIQ Local Manager (CLM) Remote, enabling users to update key authorisations and make changes to schedules via wall programming devices, offering a flexible access control solution.

Changing perceptions around smart buildings

Much of Britain’s housing is over half a century old and was obviously not built with home and building automation technologies in mind.

Four predictions for 2024

As we step into 2024, the built environment, historically characterised by its tangible bricks and mortar, is poised to embrace the intangible yet transformative potential of technology. Here are my four predictions for 2024 in how we’ll use tech:

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