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CONTENTS REGULARS


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the FM world.


WHAT’S NEW All the latest news and product releases from


10 QUESTIONS WITH… In each issue we ask an FM professional the


Tomorrow’s FM 10 Questions. This month we spoke to Claire Mason, General Manager at water leak detection specialist, Waterguard.


CONNECT 2021


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CONNECT 2021: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW


What’s happening at this year’s biggest virtual event? Here, Tomorrow’s FM takes a look at the agenda so you can decide what to tune in for.


CONNECT 2021 EXHIBITORS A closer look at some of this year’s essential


exhibitors and speakers. FEATURES


A GALAXY OF OPPORTUNITIES Ashley Keil, IBML’s VP sales, EMEA/APAC,


discusses how artifi cial intelligence platforms can radically change, improve and automate how documents are handled and processed.


AGAINST THE CLOCK AND THE ODDS FSI explains how, alongside Interserve Group, the


two companies ensured the team at the NHS Nightingale Hospital North West had a CAFM solution they could rely on at any time.


SUMMER MAINTENANCE


THE A-Z OF PMV With summer maintenance season in full swing,


it’s the perfect time to give your UPS system a bit of TLC to boost its reliability, performance and effi ciency, says Chris Cutler of Reillo UPS.


MAKING THE SHIFT Well managed and carefully planned preventative


maintenance works well for the majority of organisations as it means works can be scheduled far in advance. Here, Ben Tiffany, M&E Director at Sigma looks at some of the advantages of this approach.


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CREATING A BUZZ A commercial cleaning company has changed


its approach to cleaning products as part of a drive to be more eco-friendly, ditching harsh chemicals and plastic bottles for a new, sustainable cleaning system. Tomorrow’s FM fi nds out more.


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SOLAR SYSTEM SAFETY The advancement of safety functionality in


photovoltaic systems is integral for its continued proliferation, believes Christelle Barnes, UK Country Manager of SolarEdge Technologies.


PEST CONTROL


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THE PEST IS YET TO COME The new face of pest control is sophisticated,


innovative and changing, suggests Julia Pittman, Director of Beaver Pest Control.


RUFFLING A FEW FEATHERS James McKay, Director of The Bird Control


Company, looks at the wide range of issues organisations can face when dealing with bird pest issues and advises on some potential solutions.


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FRONT OF HOUSE


IS YOUR LOBBY READY? FMs can make layout, equipment, and process


changes in entrances to help workers and other visitors re-adjust to the post-COVID-19 world, explains Emily Newton, Editor-in-Chief of Revolutionized.


VENUE VENTILATION Why should you care about the quality of the


air in large venues? Leticia Menzzano, Communications Director and Indoor Air Quality Specialist at EnviroKlenz, analyses some of the data.


FIRE SAFETY & DISASTER RECOVERY


FIREPROOFING HISTORY Adrian Attwood, Executive Director of DBR


(London) Limited, explores fi re prevention methods in historic landmarks.


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