Posts Tagged “digitalosaatio”

Service in blue and white

Posted on December 8th, 2017 by Maiju Nupponen

In 1913, businessman Alfred Onninen founded a plumbing company in Turku under the business name A. Onninen. Wholesale trade services were introduced alongside the plumbing work about a decade later. After the wars, the company’s operations were extended to cover the whole nation, and throughout the following decades, the company began to perform tasks related

Virtual reality in construction – a geek utopia?

Posted on September 17th, 2017 by Maiju Nupponen

For a few years already, we have seen people wearing large glasses in real estate conventions. What is this about, exactly? Users of smart glasses gain access to a mixed reality (MR), which is a combination of reality and virtual reality. Viewing a space via smart glasses enables interacting with objects and things that do

User-oriented premises yield the best customer experience

Posted on July 28th, 2017 by Maiju Nupponen

Every one of us office workers would probably hope for premises that could bring us some added value. A reason to come to the office instead of working from home. These factors may be related to the tools offered by the workplace, the chance to meet coworkers or the opportunity to utilise various working spaces.

Enabling smart property solutions

Posted on April 21st, 2017 by Maiju Nupponen

Traditionally, in the field of building services, operative technology (OT) has been kept completely separate from information technology (IT). This means that the automated operative technology has been independently in charge of the devices in the building on the basis of certain set values. The role of IT has been to maintain the basic and

Copters to improve roof inspections

Posted on March 28th, 2017 by Maiju Nupponen

Different weather conditions can wear down the roof structures of buildings in the course of time. Snowy winters place a load on structures and strong winds wear down joints. The rooftop itself is affected by changes in weather: sunshine causes changes and thermal motion, while rain, snowfall and pollution wear the material down. The endurance

Digitisation for buildings

Posted on August 8th, 2016 by Maiju Nupponen

Anyone who owns a car knows how frustrating it feels to have it serviced after a certain number of kilometres, even if there is nothing wrong with it. It makes you think about all the faults the repair shop may discover and how much it will cost to fix them. It’s even more costly and