4th01, 2018

Airports under control: one-way corridors

January 4th, 2018|Comments Off on Airports under control: one-way corridors

Airports are passing places for millions of people, luggage and goods. Besides, these facilities have very sophisticated and greatly valuable machinery and devices, so controls, security and safety systems have increased during the last years, particularly after September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Airport security and safety is a very wide concept since a variety of key […]

27th12, 2017

Is your office eco-friendly?

December 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Concern and respect towards the environment play a more and more important role in nowadays society, therefore new alternatives are searched in order that the daily activity of companies, factories and even households provoke as little damage as possible to our ecosystem and citizens.

According to recent information from the Guide to Energy Saving and Efficiency […]

13th12, 2017

Manusa, awarded as Work-life Balance Company

December 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Manusa’s policies on work-life balance and gender equality in the workplace have been recognised with the Company for Work-life Balance Prize for the Madrid-Central Spain branch in the category of medium-sized business, granted by the Boadilla del Monte City Council (Madrid, Spain).

The Company for Work-Life Balance Prize acknowledges the value of local enterprises that most […]

1st12, 2017

Building automation to optimise hospitals

December 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Domotics enables to transform conventional buildings into smart or intelligent buildings. Within the field of domotics, we can refer to building automation, which is the set of technologies used and applied to control and automate in a smart way non-residential buildings, such as hotels, shopping centres and hospitals, making it possible to manage the energy […]

28th11, 2017

Sustainable architecture in the hospitality industry

November 28th, 2017|0 Comments

The main objective of sustainable architecture is to build under the premise of efficiency and sustainability, using materials which origin is recyclable and seeking to cause the least possible impact on the environment as well as on human health.
Qualities of sustainable architecture
The main characteristic of sustainable architecture is the fact of being able to ensure […]

28th11, 2017

Energy efficiency, key positioning for the pharmaceutical sector

November 28th, 2017|0 Comments

The pharmaceutical industry has thrown itself into environmental protection in the last years, becoming one of the most aware sectors regarding the protection of ecosystems and natural resources supplied by the planet. The medical treatment industry needs to make use of raw materials from natural origin in order to develop its activity, from fresh water […]

15th11, 2017

Energy conservation, an added value

November 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Companies, factories, office buildings or shopping centres amongst others need to make use of a great amount of electrical energy every day so that they can perform their daily activity. In this new technological era known as the fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0, companies crave for differentiation, willing to provide added value to their […]

15th11, 2017

The five smartest buildings in the world

November 15th, 2017|0 Comments

An “intelligent” building, or smart building, has to fulfil a set of special characteristics which clearly distinguish them from those of traditional building.
Dominant technologies in intelligent buildings

Access control. Access control in these buildings enables to improve security and increases the people flow entering them, nonetheless such measures are not reduced to such benefits, since […]

27th10, 2017

The future of green architecture: vertical gardens

October 27th, 2017|0 Comments

The increasing concern about the environment brings about new alternatives to conventional construction methods. This occurs particularly in big cities, where pavement and concrete leave no room for green areas, which are vital to counteract the pollution derived from CO2 emissions coming from factories, vehicles and building activity itself.

As a result of such concern for […]

27th10, 2017

New inclusive transport initiatives

October 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Cities transform themselves on a daily basis, aiming to become more accessible, sustainable and user-friendly in respect of their inhabitants. With a view to offer and guarantee the same opportunities to all users, it becomes necessary to remove the existing architectural barriers, amongst them, those dealing with transport. Therefore, it is essential that tomorrow’s cities […]

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