This feature takes a detailed look at some of the significant product related news that will be shaping the selection process for facility managers in the future.
Trends: 2005 In ReviewDecember 25th, 2005
From uncertainty in 2005 toward new technologies and a rebounding furniture market in
Trends: 2005 In ReviewDecember 11th, 2005
From uncertainty in 2005 toward new technologies and a rebounding furniture market in 2006. By Brian Kraemer Published in the December 2005 issue of Today’s Facility Manager War, high gas prices, and economic uncertainty are all things that 2005 will be remembered for in the future. However, new technologies and a rebounding furniture market have put an optimistic shine on 2006. In addition, the green building
Wireless Trends: The Case For WirelessNovember 25th, 2005
By overcoming initial hesitations, facility managers can turn a wireless system into a company
Sustainable Design Trends: Green Wants YouOctober 20th, 2005
New environmental solutions help transition buildings into sustainability. From the October 2005 issue.
Technology Trends: Perfecting The SystemSeptember 25th, 2005
Recent software advances allow facility manager to update building information more quickly and
Security Trends: The Path of Most ResistanceAugust 10th, 2005
Installing security systems in layers around the facility will decrease chances of a major security
IAQ Trends: The Invisible MenaceJuly 1st, 2005
Nanoparticles in the airstream can contribute to bad IAQ and health problems in facilities.
Life Cycle Management Trends Bonus: An OverviewJune 8th, 2005
How do facilities benefit from a systematic approach?
Life Cycle Management Trends: The FM And The EnvironmentJune 1st, 2005
By incorporating life cycle assessment into buildings, facility managers can lower their environmental footprint.