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Construction and real estate have traditionally been related but distinct industries.
An increasing amount of demands are being placed on our office space.
Proptech has the potential to create the theatre and experience needed to reinvigorate our stores and shopping destinations.
By 2025, the role and volume of data generated worldwide will have risen exponentially, with nearly a fifth marked as ‘critical’ to daily life, and a tenth as ‘hypercritical’.
If you are installing new technology in the property, before you sign on the dotted line do remember the concept of User Acceptance Testing, which is often overlooked.
The offices of the future will be asked to do more than just co-locate a group of people and act as a ‘defensive’ balance sheet asset.
Technology is no longer an addendum to strategy.
According to CBRE, 62% of building occupiers expect to increase investment in workplace technology in 2019. All types of tenants and businesses are turning to tech to improve their operations, culture,...
In 2018, $9.6bn was invested in the commercial real estate tech sector. That’s a lot of new technology, and even more new terminology to learn about.
The demand for efficient communication in buildings has never been higher, and it’s not a trend that’s expected to go away anytime soon.