Grosvenor Engineering Group (Grosvenor) has launched a ground breaking industry first – AlertU™ IoT, which provides real-time data to enable the proactive maintenance of fire sprinklers and hydrants in buildings.
Camp Quality ACT’s fifth annual Giggle Ball, was held at Hotel Realm in Canberra on Saturday 4th May. The event generated a massive buzz within the local corporate community, with funds raised in support of 270 local families who are facing cancer.
Smart-building technology can optimise customer experience and safety, while reducing risks and costs. Grosvenor Engineering Group Managing Director, Nicholas Lianos, explains that the key to achieving these goals is the collection, compilation, analysis and utilisation of building-generated data.
Building efficiency is set to be significantly transformed with the release of new ground breaking research undertaken by academics at the SMART Infrastructure Facility at the University of Wollongong (UOW), supported by industry partners and a government agency.