Air Quality

Smart Cities

Transforming Sin City with a Digital Twin

October 19th, 2021
Smart Buildings

Hybrid Work Models Challenge Offices to Compete with Homes

October 14th, 2021
Smart Cities

Smart Cities Should be Driving the Development of Smart Buildings

In 1950 only 30% of people lived in urban areas, now over 56% of people live in increasingly crowded cities – and that is expected to rise to 66% by 2050 as an additional 2.5 billion people join the global urban population. Urbanization creates numerous issues for citizens, including congestion, pollution, and poverty, but our crowded […]

Smart Cities

California Continues to Set the Standard for Building Decarbonization

California is a unique place, even within the US. It is home to outstanding natural beauty, with snow-capped mountains, dry deserts, scenic beaches, and unique natural habitats, but also some of the worst environmental problems in the world with wildfires, earthquakes, resource extraction, and urban air pollution. California is also home to several of the biggest […]

Smart Cities

The Interconnected Data-Driven Future of Smart Hospitals

Data improves buildings and if your building is a hospital, that improvement leads to saving lives. Data can improve diagnosis, patient care, find staff in an emergency, locate equipment, optimize lighting and air quality, improve staff and patient mood, and increase efficiency to release funds. Each of these data applications plays its part in improving […]

Smart Buildings

Beyond COVID-19 to the Vast Benefits of Cleaner Workplace Air

The air quality of our indoor spaces has seen renewed interest in the past 18-months as a strong relationship emerges between the quality or flow of air and the spread of coronavirus. In the rush to get workers back into their physical workplaces, we have seen a surge of office buildings improving and reconfiguring their […]

Smart Buildings

Corporate VC Accounted for 38% of Q1 Investments in the Smart Buildings Space

This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson, Senior Research Associate at Memoori. Corporate venture capital continues to play an important role in funding innovations in the smart building space. The major incumbents providing building technologies and real estate services in commercial and industrial facilities are facing competitive pressure from a wave of smart building startups, […]

Smart Cities

IoT Technologies Can Allow Schools to Safely Return-to-Learn

After months of strict lockdown, children in the UK will return to school on Monday next week. Similar “return-to-learn” plans are being rolled out in countries across Europe, in many US states, and in nations across the world in order to limited the negative impacts of disrupted education on childrens’ development. However, as the pandemic […]

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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 […]

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