Developing a strong cyberattack incident response plan requires a thorough examination of everything from building a response team to actually testing out the plan and ensuring it works.
The Internet of Things (IoT) requires a sound strategy when applying it to smart buildings because of the many different systems that need to be connected.
There is a shift in the needs of government agencies in the big picture and at the project level, making both the adaptability of the design team and the flexibility of any future facility even more important.
The webcast on Sept. 30, 2020, left unanswered questions. Read more about microgrid design here
What does it really mean for an engineer to design a zero energy building?
There are many things we need to consider when designing and building this infrastructure.
With each new generation of network comes new and exciting possibilities, both in capacity and data speeds as well as the network’s integration into the latest communication technologies
Examining government, state, municipal, federal, and military facilities: Electrical, power, and lighting
Government and military projects are among the toughest challenges an engineer can face. Demanding facility owners, tight budget limitations, safety concerns, and other factors all come into play. Here, engineers with experience in the field offer advice on how to succeed in regards to electrical, power, and lighting.
Learn how to conduct a feasibility study before specifying a solar photovoltaic (PV) system for a building.
Integrated building systems can connect several engineered systems within a building to make it more energy-efficient and to trim costs.