Proptech has emerged as one of the biggest contributors to real estate’s digital transformation. This technology has completely altered the way properties are built, managed and used.
For instance, JustCo recently launched its “Digital innovations for the future of work” platform at The Centrepoint in Singapore that stretches across three leels of the shopping mall.
The workspace features smart technology, like facial recognition to grant access to those wearing face masks, Bluetooth-enabled door entry and an in-house cafe powered by artificial intelligence.
With companies looking for more flexibility, JustCo has partnered with on-demand platform Switch to offer members easy access to their workspaces, and technology firm SixSense in order to monitor occupancy levels to maintain distancing measures.
Switch uses an app that allows professionals to browse available workspaces, grant them access and only let them pay for what they use. Currently, Switch is offered at 12 JustCo locations, as well as nine shopping mall locations.
SixSense relies on artificial intelligence to manage space usage, while providing JustCo with data to keep occupancy low and avoid overcrowding.
Using the data gathered from SixSense, JustCo is able to reconfigure the layout and design of their workspaces to create the ideal environment for all members.
Proptech will be crucial for the workspaces of tomorrow, particularly a post-pandemic future. Businesses and professionals alike are able to cut down on costs and boost their efficiency when using these shared offices, while also keeping themselves safe and healthy.