The team at CIM wish you all the best this holiday season. Read our blog to hear from our CEO Dave Walsh and his review of 2020.
Paul Walsh draws on his cycling experience to discover the science behind evaporative cooling, and explain what you need to look out for when managing large-scale cooling systems.
Our EMEA General Manager Paul Walsh chats to UK PropTech Association about the PEAK building analytics platform and how it enables owners and operators of manufacturing sites, airports, commercial offices and other large buildings to optimise sustainability and efficiency.
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This week we chat with Cillian Casey, who heads up the EMEA engineering team.
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.
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.
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.
Whether you’re partially winding down your HVAC system or shutting down completely, it’s important to take the time to do it properly to prevent equipment damage and adverse impacts to health and safety. Here are some key considerations to help guide your decision-making process in response to current challenges.
Luis Casas reflects on five areas where building analytics technology helps REIT asset managers save money and make money.
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.
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.
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.