Like many other aspects of business and society, the design and operation of modern buildings today depends on a complex interaction of computer systems and technologies. While this greatly accelerates efficiency and performance, it doesn’t come without attendant risks, among which is the threat of cyber security breaches.
Drew Roberts, Account Manager NABERSNZ, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA), said commercial landlords and tenants had a lot to gain by improving the energy performance of their building and NABERSNZ is a great way to start that work.
New Zealand based Labyrinth Solutions has teamed up with multinational electronics company LG to launch the first New Zealand-developed ‘system-on-chip’ (SOC) software for LG commercial signage screens.
Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce the DSC HD-HD 4K Plus A and DSC HD-HD 4K Plus A xi, the AV industry’s first scalers that can process 4K/60 video signals at 4:4:4. HDCP 2.2 compliant HDMI 2.0 inputs and outputs support data rates up to 18 Gbps.
Compromise is not a word professionals recognise when it comes to the quality of their equipment. Sound engineers have to be able to totally rely on their headphones – as with the new DT 1990 PRO headphones from beyerdynamic. This top-of-the-range Pro series model delivers absolute precision with reproducible results every time, whether in the studio or on site with the customer.
There’s a ‘universal revolution’ going on all around us and it has exciting implications for the facilities management industry. That revolution is the emergence of the digital age, in which information technology is impacting all aspects of life, providing the opportunity to know more and take meaningful actions based on insights instead of guesswork.
In its second iteration, Facilities Integrate is on track to being bigger and better than ever before. To date, the 2016 show has already eclipsed the size of the launch show last year and has attracted big name brands like Crestron, AMX, Hills, Epson, Extron, Lightware, Jands, AV Supply group, Screen Technics and more. The trade show also enjoys the support of industry heavyweights FMANZ, EMANZ, KNX, BSC, and ASIS.
Facilities managers themselves will have to leave the control room and spread the message that facilities management is a critical function in modern business, according to Martin Leitch, principal consultant with strategic workplace consultancy FM Scope.
New Zealand’s first Facilities Integrate trade show is approaching rapidly, and the world-class seminar schedule has been announced with a huge range of inspiring and informative content on offer.
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Calling all architects, project managers, specifiers, consultants and professionals who design commercial buildings. All facility managers, property managers, venue managers, building operators and business owners. All AV and security integrators, installers and system designers, people who work in health and safety, cleaning professionals, tradesmen or anyone who operates and maintains commercial facilities. We have an event for you!
ISS New Zealand has won the title yet again of ‘New Zealand Facilities Management Company of the Year’ at the annual Frost & Sullivan New Zealand Excellence Awards.
A new trade show bringing together the NZ facilities management and system integration industries will provide a unique platform for companies to fuel growth, boost sales and network with peers within this highly innovative sector.
Members of the facilities management and systems integration industries gathered at a networking event on Wednesday 18th March, for an update on the first major event in New Zealand that incorporates both of these flourishing industries: Facilities Integrate 2015.
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