The height of winter flu season, has many Australian businesses struggling to bring employees back to the office. One office in Sydney, Australia, is using air-intelligence technology to reduce COVID transmission risk.
With every emerging variant, businesses using ParticleOne are able to plan ahead, make informed decisions, and procure necessary resources.
New technology provides virus security to businesses looking to reopen buildings safely by reducing the risk of COVID outbreaks indoors.
Many people are returning to indoor spaces. Despite the ongoing pandemic, it is possible to make buildings safe—once you calculate the risks.
Beyond the obvious public health crisis, the pandemic exposed the fragility of many of our systems and economies.
The COVID crisis changed our customers’ needs. Here’s how Ventures pivoted without compromising our core values and mission.
Creating great cities through high-performance buildings has always been a driving passion at RWDI. But such ambitious design requires thoughtful consideration from many perspectives—environmental, engineering and humanistic.
A focus on user experience changed the game. Now, companies who embrace “PX” will gain the next competitive advantage.
As cities grapple with the effects of climate change and increased density, forward-looking designers and city planners consider how urban spaces — and the buildings within them — can be the climate-positive communities desired by both citizens and business.
When I tell people the RWDI Ventures team is a group of ecopreneurs, the second part usually clicks first: we’re entrepreneurs. We have a strong track record of building disruptive, product-driven tech companies.
When I first joined at RWDI in 1988, two things were clear. First, we were world-leading experts in climate engineering and the built environment. Equally important, we combined a drive for business success – our own and our clients’ – with a deep awareness of how our projects would interact with the natural world.