Internet of Things (IoT)


Welcome to the Digital Estate - David Philp

In a look at the trajectory of how our digitally enabled assets will transform over the coming months and years, not least in the field of Prop-Tech, here is David Philp (AECOM - Global BIM/MIC ...


Marketers! Fasten Your Seatbelts for the Internet of Things

Search engine optimisation experts are soon going to need to enhance for Internet of Things in general. In any case, another product of gadgets will be associated with the web, and Google will be there.


Preparing for tomorrow’s smarter, connected, autonomous built environment

From the proliferation of sensors in buildings that monitor occupancy levels and environmental conditions, to smart utility networks that help reduce energy consumption and improve resiliency, digital technology is changing the real world.


Disruptive Technologies: Understand, Evaluate, Respond, by Paul Armstrong

This book will lift the lid on the main emerging technologies businesses will encounter and offers a clear framework for choosing the best strategic response.


Data Strategy: How to Profit from a World of Big Data, Analytics and the Internet of Things, by Bernard Marr

Data Strategy explains how to profit from an effective data strategy in a world of Big Data, Analytics and the Internet of Things


The built environment must seize the opportunities of a digital economy

The Australian construction sector must transform and seize the sustainability and productivity benefits offered by the digital economy, argues Gavin Cotterill.


Face to face: Santanu Das, Bentley

Building information modelling (BIM) represents one of the most noticeable aspects of a strong and dynamic change that has been rapidly transforming the global construction industry.


Smart MEP and IoT

"Smart homes and other connected products won't just be aimed at home life. They'll also have a major impact on business. "


Construction firms need to be digitally smart to drive quality & alleviate industry pressures

In 2016 we saw the construction industry slip into recession for the first time in four years, with building material prices rising post the EU referendum.


Remaining top of the digitised construction eco-system

With the construction industry ripe for significant digital disruption, failure to adopt new technologies will put many companies at a disadvantage.