Net Zero Buildings Explored – The Balfour HospitalMarch 29th, 2023
Johnson Controls Invests in Artisight, an IoT Platform Provider for Smart HospitalsJuly 11th, 2022
Haltian’s Building Internet of Things Business & Financials Examined
In this Research Note, we examine Haltian, the Finnish developer of IoT hardware and software solutions for the built environment. This analysis covers their 2021 financial performance, stakeholders and funding, vertical market strategy, partnerships and recent projects. This article, part of a series covering the activities of new entrants such as Nuuka Solutions, Spica Technologies, Flowscape, Uptick and PlanRadar, updates the information […]
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 […]
Does Technology Make Buildings More or Less Resilient?
Resilience is the ability to overcome future challenges, both the expected and the unexpected. The term has been used increasingly in the buildings industry in recent years, alongside other terms such as sustainability and continuity. However, while sustainability and continuity are focused on survival, the true goal of resilience is to thrive despite challenges. Resilience […]
ABB Ramps Up its Mid-Market Commercial Building Automation Business
This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson, Senior Research Associate at Memoori. ABB is targeting a new growth opportunity in the commercial building solutions and services sector, according to its November 2019 Electrification Investor Day in Italy. The group presentation views commercial buildings as a high-growth segment with a $21 billion market size and a […]
Uncertainty is the Only Certainty for Commercial Real Estate Post-COVID
“If we think about real estate as an asset class its value isn’t entirely determined by short term rent rolls,” said Tim Savage, Clinical Assistant Professor of Real Estate at NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate. “In the short run, we will see perceived values fall but this is a natural disaster, not a financial […]
Can UV-Light Kill Coronavirus in Our Contaminated Buildings?
Hospitals worldwide have become ground zero for the COVID-19 crisis. While the rest of us are forced to find innovative ways to maintain a normal life under lockdown, our brave healthcare workers heal the sick on the frontline of this biological war. As hospitals become a battleground in the fight against this invisible enemy, it […]
AI Set To Spawn A New Era In Data Driven Healthcare
Google has been continually improving its artificial intelligence (AI) portfolio, and considering “search” still makes up 80% of Google’s revenues it would be logical to assume that the firm is improving its AI portfolio to improve its search capabilities. However when you consider the development of AI you realise that Google is actually using search […]