This year’s UK Construction Week proved extremely successful, with 34,327 visitors that were keen to learn about future technologies.
Alumasc Derbigum Olivine roofing absorbs and neutralises CO2 on contact, as it falls in rainwater, technology seen at Nottingham Trent University.
The CLIQ® Go key-operated wireless access control system is built to make security easier for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Exhibitors at next month’s Digital Construction Week are preparing to show off the latest in visualisation, VR and AR tech for the built environment.
In a world where many electronic access systems offer greater convenience and flexibility than mechanical keys, what can really make the difference? ASSA ABLOY has the answer…
Featuring Makita’s CXT technology, the company’s new MP100DZ 12Vmax Inflator is a compact and lightweight tool, perfect for a range of applications.
Abloy UK’s new CPD training course, approved by RIBA, entitled ‘Digital Transformation in Physical Security’, will see attendees achieve double CPD points.
Evolving technologies now enable us to manage access rights via mobile phone apps, open a door with a virtual key credential, and much more, as ASSA ABLOY have looked at here…
Pilkington United Kingdom Ltd, part of the NSG Group, has invested over £3 million in new technology to increase its capacity to manufacture Pilkington Planar™
UZIN is at the forefront of innovation by harnessing the latest technology, not only to improve and create new products but also to develop its digital services.