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  • Mission Innovation Challenge 7 – Montreal, Canada

    Buildings Evolved attend the Mission Innovation Challenge 7 Priority Area 4 (Predicitive Maintenance and Optimization) Planning Workshop in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. We were honoured to be invited by CSIRO once again to an international conference, or in this case a research planning workshop, following up on work done in Malmo in May 2018. This was…
  • UN COP21 Mission Innovation – Day 3

    Buildings Evolved participate in Public-Private Round Table at UN COP21 Mission Innovation 3 Conference in Malmo, Sweden. Free morning in Malmo, the Smart Cities break-out session, why not? Smart Cities concept is an emerging sector, and the working group was eager to see how it relates to MI challenges, particularly the DCH. Heading down to…
  • UN COP21 Mission Innovation – Day 2

    Buildings Evolved participate in Public-Private Round Table at UN COP21 Mission Innovation 3 Conference in Malmo, Sweden.   Day two showcased private sector offerings aimed at solving the climate crisis with leading and emerging technologies from across the world. Patrick Child of the European Commission highlighted the importance of the MI framework in delivering technology…
  • UN COP21 Mission Innovation

    Buildings Evolved participate in Public-Private Round Table at UN COP21 Mission Innovation 3 Conference in Malmo, Sweden.   Image source Buildings Evolved was proud to have been selected by CSIRO to attend the Mission Innovation 3 (or MI-3) conference in Malmo, Sweden between 22-24 May 2018, with Director and Technology Strategist Arne Hansen attending the…
  • Custom polygons in Tableau

    The Department of Veteran Affairs was seeking a more effective way to realise key demographics visually over specific spatial areas like post codes and electorate areas. In charting terms, two metric variables were age and client numbers and categorical variables of location, state and the problematic postcode and electorate boundaries. The challenge was to realise…
  • ThyssenKrupp – Sideways Moving Elevator

    ThyssenKrupp has released this amazing video of a sideways moving elevator system, installed at a purpose-built innovation test tower in Rottweil, Germany. The vision is clearly to link multiple towers together through horizontal lift shafts – allowing a vertical community to emerge. The system is a complete game changer – gone is the history underpinning…

  • Australia’s Energy Future

    Introduction The national Electricity Market (NEM) is a framework designed for centralised electricity generation and distribution; and as such is a concept not easy to align with the notion of energy security – it is a fact born in proof recently that the current system facilitates many single points of failure with no redundancy. What…

  • National Energy Efficiency Industry Awards 2014

    Buildings Evolved are proud to have been involved directly in a consultancy capacity for the Parmalat and Out Performers project that last night won a highly commended for the best industrial energy efficiency project for 2014. Copy in full courtesy of the Energy Efficiency Council The winners of the National Energy Efficiency Industry Awards 2014…

  • Equity of Access to Data

    Equity of access to data is a concept designed to eliminate the trend towards data siloing – and instead put forward the notion that all systems should be able to access any data about any other system – real-time. This is a bit of revolutionary idea in the building industry.  So often we find the…

  • EasyIO FG32 arrives in the lab

    EasyIO FG32+ and EDMI MK7C with SBS Modbus Duo adapter and Moxa nPort We have received the new EasyIO FG32+ and rapidly had it connected to an EDMI MK7C electricity utility meter on our lab test bench. Our first impressions are that the unit is ruggedly built with a quality thick ABS plastic enclosure. All…