Most of us have fully integrated technology into our lifestyles with smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, and AI home devices like Amazon’s Echo and Google Home. Unfortunately, such technology isn’t often adapted to the patient and caregiver experience.
Electric vehicle charging stations will become a long-term need in the AEC industry, and it will be critical for electrical infrastructure to be designed with the agility to respond to changes in technology.
IMEG Technology Market Leader Jeff Carpenter talks about the Internet of Buildings and other related topics in the following Q&A.
Acuity adaptability in healthcare, a reboot for hospitality projects, expanded implementation of crisis management planning – these are among 21 potential AEC trends for 2021 gathered from IMEG’s national market and service leaders. Read on for a blueprint of the year ahead. Acuity adaptability in healthcare. “COVID-19 has greatly challenged the healthcare market’s traditional delivery of patient
Current trends in healthcare include innovative healthcare delivery models that address patient acuity, such as the acuity adaptability design concept.
The patient discharge process can be complex and confusing, but the digital front door can create an anxiety-free experience for patients, their families, and caregivers.
By Jeff Carpenter The demand for technology solutions in buildings continues to increase, partially because of the ever-expanding role of technology in our personnel lives. We mature with technology as individuals and then we demand it as consumers and as employees. This means that if building owners who operate a business don’t keep up with transformative building technology, they find themselves at a competitive disadvantage. Building costs, of course, are
Early analysis of MEP and key systems through rapid performance modeling can provide energy and cost savings for owners.
First in a series of excerpts from the free executive guide “Concept to Consumption: Outcome-based Oversight of Building Performance.” By Adam McMillen and Lincoln Pearce Efficiently designed buildings often use more energy than they were intended to use – sometimes substantially more. This means owners can end up paying twice for their investment – once upfront
Incorporating biophilic design for interior lighting requires an understanding of current research, metrics to measure the effectiveness and relationship of light sources to the circadian system, and electric light sources and luminaires that strengthen biophilic design in interior environments.