Intermatic @ the Moment - March 18, 2002

March 18, 2002
@ the momentMarch 18, 2002- Top Stories From The Commercial Buildings IndustryThe Commercial Buildings Industry Source| Home| About Us|Advertising|Contact Us| Directory| Free Subscriptions| Search |Top MomentsDigital Edge 2002 BEST OF THE WEBWhere Facilities Management and Technology Meet For Better Business StrategiesBefore Disaster StrikesWeather Risk Management On Corporate Campuses Beats an Umbrella Any DaySustainable SystemsWide-area Interoperability Comes of AgeMore NewsConstruction Trade Show to Occupy Big Space at Las Vegas Convention CenterAutodesk Technology Used in Homeland Security ApplicationsNEW Poll: Office Dislikes?Digital Edge
Surveys indicate that there are somewhere between 112 and 148 million Internet users in the United States alone. What these users are searching for and finding varies widely from one desktop to the next. One thing is for certain: The evolution of the Internet has slowed some, changed a great deal, and is destined to be more solid and useful than ever.
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Before Disaster Strikes
In what USA Today calls the “new American migration,” multi-million dollar corporate campuses are being constructed along the scenic southern and eastern seaboards. Still more are springing up in arid valleys near Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Southern California. These sites may be prime real estate – as long as the sun is shining.
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Sustainable Systems
An airport manager uses his building automation system to check the temperatures and schedules in multiple concourses. A physical plant employee at a university enters a “winter storm – no classes” schedule into buildings throughout the campus. An energy manager uses trends and reports to compare the performance of government facilities throughout the southwestern United States and Hawaii, activating emergency measures when required.
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Construction Trade Show to Occupy Big Space at Las Vegas Convention Center
It's a matter of timing that will make next week's Conexpo-Con/Agg show at the Las Vegas Convention Center the largest ever on a square-foot basis, organizers said Wednesday.Occupying 1.9 million square feet, the international trade show focuses on the construction, aggregates and ready-mixed concrete industries. Projected attendance is about 125,000.
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Autodesk Technology Used in Homeland Security Applications
Autodesk, Inc. (Nasdaq:ADSK), the world's leading design software and digital content company, today announced that its GIS (Geographic Information Systems) technology is being used in Web Enforcer and FloorView, two homeland security applications helping law enforcement officials and emergency response teams to plan for and react to threats and emergencies.
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