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The real estate industry is accelerated by innovation, investment, and booming entrepreneurial activity. And though real estate might have been slow to modernise, the arrival of the next generation PropTech companies is shaking things up for good. From new AI-powered 3D property tours to cloud-based management software to technology-backed investment platforms, PropTech tools permeate all facets of real estate, bringing efficient and resilient urban infrastructure solutions.
Meet the professionals, entrepreneurs and investors standing behind the urban revolution. Connect with people who build things – your journey starts here.
ConTech may not be the loudest buzzword in real estate, but it is one of the key sectors reshaping the industry. With over 50% of PropTech seeking to solve leasing and sales problems, only 16% focus on construction. So, there is an extensive gap to be filled and big gains to be made by bringing innovation to the sector.
ConTech has the potential to optimise the way we plan, design, manufacture and build. Focusing on innovations in project management, land use, construction, safety, workforce optimization and building analysis, we will delve into the technologies defining the future of construction.
The FinTech industry provides the foundation for a large part of the PropTech 2.0 revolution. By cutting out the middleman in a wide variety of real estate transactions, FinTech is causing traditional buyers, lenders and investment groups to take notice and act.
From online payment systems to crowdfunding equity and debt platforms, startups are inventing new ways to simplify financial transactions, loans and banking processes, significantly changing real estate financial services. With the help of new technologies, we can reshape the experience of buying, selling and owning property.
“Sharing is caring”, and now, more than ever, sharing property means saving space and driving sustainability. The so-called sharing economy is one of the most important real estate trends of our times: it enables cost savings, brings convenience and benefits the environment.
Digital tools facilitate the use of real estate assets and improve the automation of business processes. What’s next? Airbnb and WeWork are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the profound shift that is coming to change the sharing economy.
For years, the most fundamental values of real estate were centered around the location. While it still matters, information-based applications have the potential to add new benefits for customers, help businesses differentiate from competitors and find new sources of revenue. The Internet of Things (IoT) helps companies move beyond cost reduction and connect people with technology.
From HVAC management to air quality monitoring, lighting management and smart parking, IoT applications assist facility management efforts and provide valuable insights into building spaces. IoT can solve real, everyday problems and deliver practical results, so when if not now is the best time to harness its potential?
Digitalisation knows no boundaries. New age applications of AI and Machine Learning unlock unlimited opportunities in real estate: with the help of new technologies, businesses are now able to analyse customer behaviour, optimise processes, reduce human error and cut costs.
From the process automation in commercial real estate to the implementation of big data, AI & Digitalisation will allow the real estate businesses to improve operational efficiency and decision-making processes.
The demand for deep technologies that can help reduce carbon emissions and halt the ecological crisis is ever-growing. With the real estate market consuming around 40% of the world’s energy, the sector must harness deep tech to reduce its carbon footprint and allow for smarter urban planning and development.
Beyond that, deep tech can transform our existing stock of buildings into more intelligent assets – by bringing VR/AR technologies, deep learning algorithms and computer vision into the everyday of engineering, construction and property management. The opportunities are endless, so where do we start?