Meet Cillian Casey

Get to know the amazing team behind CIM!

This week we chat with Cillian Casey, who heads up the EMEA engineering team.

Thermal comfort – why it is key to maintaining healthy buildings

Thermal comfort, by definition, is ‘that condition of mind which expresses satisfaction with the thermal environment’. Within the built environment, it can have a big impact on health, wellbeing and productivity. David Walsh explains why maintaining optimal thermal comfort conditions is critical to successful building management and operating healthy buildings.

Data is the key to optimising energy performance

The data from many of our customer sites across Australia have told a very intriguing story about the impact of COVID-19 on energy consumption, particularly among shopping centres. The results are now available in the CIM Retail Energy Index.

How ISO50001 and building analytics align

Paul Walsh reflects on the alignment of data analytics to the ISO50001 energy management standard, and offers practical tips on how organisations can achieve the goals of the standard much faster and more cost effectively.

Five simple tips for reducing OpEx at your manufacturing site

Now, more than ever, large building owners and operators are looking for quick and easy solutions to cut costs and ensure business continuity in the face of large-scale disruptions. Here are five simple tips to help the manufacturing industry slash OpEx in non-critical areas and maintain health and safety for remaining onsite personnel, without compromising site production or profitability.

Reduce OpEx by adopting data-driven maintenance

Responding to the near-term challenges in the current environment requires building owners and operators to take an agile approach to building management. Read the six steps to adopting a data-driven approach to maintenance.

How to adapt your buildings for partial occupancy

In response to the near-term challenges associated with COVID-19 such as reduced occupancy, there are some smart and simple measures that building operators can implement to limit HVAC energy consumption.

How to remotely monitor and manage your building operations

Modern day technology, IoT and data analytics has now made it possible to effectively manage buildings without having to step foot on site, easing the pressure on teams by giving them the ability to control their building operations virtually.

Delivering triple bottom line, one byte at a time

In a TED talk-style video series for the property industry, our EMEA General Manager Paul Walsh was given the opportunity to discuss how building analytics can help deliver triple bottom line, one byte at a time, for large real estate owners. Watch it here.

Cost reduction in a time of crisis – five simple tips for airports

COVID-19 has hit airport operators and airlines hard, and there is no telling when business will get back to normal. As foot and air traffic plummets and international airports start shutting down completely, airport operators are under immense pressure to cut costs and ride out the turbulence. CIM’s David Walsh suggests some quick and easy wins to be found in the airport plant room that will help slash unnecessary operational costs and build future resilience.

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