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Smart Buildings

The Rise of Health Certification in Commercial Real Estate

May 12th, 2022
Smart Cities

Energy Management is Still the Foundation of Smart Buildings

September 9th, 2021
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Smart Buildings

Recording: What is SmartScore? Identifying Best in Class Smart Buildings

Here is the Video Recording from our 4th Free Webinar of the 2021 Smart Buildings Series. What is SmartScore? Identifying Best in Class Smart Buildings. Memoori was joined by Jules Barker from WiredScore and Joe Brown from Kingsett to discuss their new certification initiative, SmartScore; which has recently launched with 70 buildings and 44 landlords across 7 countries. […]

Smart Buildings

Dumb Buildings Are Stranded Assets In The New Climate Economy

If we don’t address climate change and keep anthropogenic warming under the 2°C threshold set out by the Paris Climate Accord, then we will face the wrath of nature through rapidly rising sea levels, increased drought and wildfires, and other trends that will make life on earth more difficult — this is the physical risk […]

Smart Buildings

Standards, Tools & Frameworks are Essential to the Future of Smart Buildings

The journey of smart building development began years, even decades, ago but we still don’t agree on what a smart building exactly is. We can’t say what amount of technology, human-centricity, efficiency, connectivity, or user-friendliness makes a building smart. It feels like buildings can’t be smart without technology but too much technology could possibly make […]

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Smart Buildings

Audio: Enhanced Health, Wellbeing & Productivity in Commercial Real Estate

Here are the Audio Stream & Slides from our 9th Free Webinar in the 2018 Smart Buildings Series. Enhanced Health, Wellbeing & Productivity in Commercial Real Estate. Memoori Talked to Owen Zachariasse, Innovation & Sustainability Advisor for Delta Development Group; discussing his work on the European headquarters of Plantronics, which was completed in 2016 earning […]

Lighting

Lighting Takes the LEED on Energy & Occupant WELL-being

“There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the brightness and wavelength of workplace lighting is not only essential for enabling sight, but that it can also have strong non-visual biological effects, in regulating the human circadian system, and impacting the biological clock of workers, as well as their mood and alertness,” states […]

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