Green roofs are growing in popularity across Europe and North America. There have been many prominent new projects with green roofs, as well as new by-laws, policies and initiatives by cities to encourage or enforce the growth of green roofs on new builds.
For facilities managers and commercial landlords, managing the indirect costs of water consumption and the water infrastructure in their buildings is often a significant blind spot. This includes the carbon cost and overall environmental impact of water.
If the world is even to come close to the international goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, we must figure out how to reduce the carbon footprint of wastewater treatment. However, the water industry needs better data about its infrastructure, creating an obstacle to one of the most important ways we can reduce carbon emissions: operational efficiency.
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers an enormous opportunity to improve petrochemical leak detection across a range of industries.
Smart buildings have been a popular topic for over 40 years. However, only very recently has it been possible to use the Internet of Things (IoT) to coordinate the systems of an entire building.
Companies worldwide are significantly reducing costs and risks and improving uptime and asset lifespan by using Internet of Things (IoT) systems not only to prevent and react to problems but to predict when an issue or failure is likely to occur.
We're thrilled to announce that we raised £1.7M in a seed funding round led by Mundi Ventures, with participation from Burnt Island ventures, endorsing LAIIER's bold vision for creating a digital skin to turn every building into a smart building.
The term "smart building" gets thrown around a lot. But what about a building makes it "smart?" How can a building even be intelligent?
A small water pipe leak in a wall, floor, or ceiling can easily be the costliest type of water damage you will ever experience in a commercial building.