Happy Earth Day! We're celebrating by discussing the intersection of Infrastructure, Climate Change, Facility Management, and the Built Environment.
Today is Global Recycling Day! With a heightened sense of how vulnerable our planet, built environment, and infrastructure are in the face of climate change, at Intellis, we are highlighting Global Recycling Day in order to call attention to recycling as a key part of the circular economy.
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the context in which facility managers view capital planning fundamentals and how to execute on them.
What is IoT? The Internet of Things is the collection and exchange of data between physical devices connected via internet protocol, more simply put, it refers to connecting things (machinery, sensors) to the internet.
At Intellis, we keep a watchful eye on technological developments that have the potential to transform the Facilities Management Industry. One area that we are continually excited about is Smart Cities. The Smart Cities revolution will make it easier to leverage data to maintain the built environment more efficiently.
Our number 1 goal is to provide our clients and partners with high-quality software solutions and expert customer service that empowers college and university facility leaders and capital planners to do their jobs with greater efficiency.
As college and university buildings age, maintenance needs increase and facility executives are tasked with complex questions:
The health and safety of all of students and staff is the top priority for K12 Schools, and it is now more than ever in the wake of the evolving global situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
We are pleased to share that Intellis took part in this year's virtual Campus Facilities Summit, which brought together the heads of facilities, capital planning, construction and engineering from the top colleges and universities across the nation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a staggering impact across the globe. Life has been disrupted as hundreds of thousands battle the disease and millions more do their part to flatten the curve. The American Higher Education industry has not been spared from COVID-19’s reach, as learning has moved online with a mix of in-person classes on some campuses. However, a full and permanent reopening remains uncertain.