In the era of smart, growth in the tech sector shows no signs of slowing. But does our appetite for smart home automation drive smart tech uptake in our workplaces?
In Part Two of our Wellness and the Smart Building series we’ll explore specific ways that smart buildings can improve work environments using the five key parameters identified by the NABERS Indoor Environment guide.
Embodied energy vs operational energy? Zero carbon buildings, carbon footprint and GWP? If these terms leave you wondering, check out our latest bBsics article on all things embodied energy.
In the past, corporate employees had little influence on their physical work environment, but times they are a-changin’. These days jobseekers have additional expectations besides a good salary and an interesting job: flexible working, a coffee machine and a comfortable environment that fosters productivity, low anxiety and stress levels. In other words, they expect that their workplace will not negatively impact their health.
With all the tech terms flying around these days, it's easy to get confused, especially in the area of artificial intelligence. But never fear, because mySmart's latest Basics article will help you navigate the field of AI, machine learning and deep learning.
Australia’s heritage buildings present challenges and restrictions, but that’s no reason for them not to join the generation of smart buildings springing up across the landscape.