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Smart Buildings

Johnson Controls Invests in Artisight, an IoT Platform Provider for Smart Hospitals

July 11th, 2022
Smart Buildings

Better to Have the Right Building Connectivity Than Have the Latest Technology

July 7th, 2022
Smart Cities

The Role of Tech Giants in the Smart City

In 2003, a 5-year-old Google began the gradual process of leasing 46-acres of land and buildings in Mountain View, California to create their headquarters. In 2013, the tech giant then leased a further 42-acres of adjoining land to develop the Bay View section of a now sprawling campus. Over this 88-acre estate, the firm has installed and developed […]

Smart Cities

Transforming Sin City with a Digital Twin

The US city of Las Vegas has become the second urban area to join Cityzenith’s Clean Cities – Clean Future initiative – a campaign aimed at helping most polluted urban centres become carbon neutral, by donating the company’s Digital Twin platform SmartWorldPro2 to targeted cities, one at a time. The announcement last week outlined a significant […]

Smart Cities

Citizens Remain the Seoul of the City in South Korea

The recent and tragic building collapse in Surfside, Miami, is just one of a number of high-profile building-related catastrophes we have seen in recent years. From the 23-story Grenfell Tower fire in London, UK, in 2017 to the partial collapse of a 15-story building in Houston, Texas, in 2020, to a spate of similar tragedies […]

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Smart Buildings

Recording: Overcoming Tech Obsolescence in Smart Buildings

Here is the Video Recording from our 2nd Free Webinar of the 2021 Smart Buildings Series. Overcoming Tech Obsolescence in Smart Buildings. Memoori was joined by Mike Hook from building transformation specialists, LMG and building technology consultant, Ray D’Urso. We discussed how the lifespan of technologies amidst a rapidly changing landscape of user requirements and […]

Security

Progress Vs Privacy – A Tale of Smart City Development in China

The underlying premise of smart technology is that with enough data you can predict anything. Our smart buildings and cities are filled with sensors to gather as much information as possible in order to provide analysis that can fix problems, improve environments, and even avoid issues before they happen. The only real debate around this […]

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