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PoE for 'smart building readiness'

PoE for ‘smart building readiness’

MHT Lighting – the American software development and lighting services company – has opened a dedicated Dublin office to spearhead its introduction to the Irish and European markets. It is a pure PoE (Power over Ethernet) provider of lighting management solutions, interfaced with technical building systems (TBS). InspeXtor, the MHT software platform, provides total “smart…

Andrew McEvitt joins Mitsubishi Electric

Andrew McEvitt joins Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric Ireland has appointed Andrew McEvitt to spearhead The promotion of its IT cooling and central plant. His role will be a dual one to serve both the Irish market and the wider EMEA IT Cooling sector. “Given Ireland’s location in Europe as the European headquarters  for many key players in the data centre…

Digitalisation in The built environment

Digitalisation in The built environment

Technological University Dublin, in partnership with Belfast Metropolitan College and an EU-wide consortium of partners, has secured funding for another EU BIM project to improve market demand and increase the energy performance of buildings by unlocking the huge latent potential of the construction workforce through stimulus and reward. Digitalisation is a game-changing strategy that will…

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Compliance modelling not fit for climate challenges

Compliance modelling not fit for climate challenges

In this article John Treanor, Sustainability Engineer & Energy Analyst with Passive Dynamics Sustainability Consultants, says compliance modelling methodologies are not fit for the significant climate challenge that lie ahead. He argues that legislators need to take urgent action to address the issue, and to improve how The performance of buildings are assessed.

Change must embrace diversity

Change must embrace diversity

The recent election of Kevin Kelly as President of the Chartered institution of Building Services Engineers is a timely and well-deserved accolade. It recognises decades of unstinting service not just to the Institution, but across the entire spectrum of building services engineering. Apart from high-profile roles as CIBSE Ireland Chairman, SLL President and various CIBSE Committee appointments, he was instrumental in shaping the evolution of engineering education during his many years with DIT (now TU Dublin). He took up the position of CIBSE President in the first week in May and here we reproduce extracts from his Presidential address.

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