Tag Archives: proptech
A recent whitepaper, ‘AI for the Built World’, claims that PropTech has reached an exciting time of acceleration. From build-out and design to sales and operations, here are 4 ways AI can have a positive impact on the built environment.
July 12, 2019
Most ‘smart’ buildings lag behind our expectations because they fail to combine many disparate technologies into one seamless experience. Instead, we still rely on unintegrated systems, interfaces and gadgets. Allwork.Space’s Gemma Church takes a closer look at supposedly smart buildings to find out how intelligent they really are.
June 28, 2019
The Empathic Building can help companies provide a better workplace experience by collecting data relating to the end-users’ feelings, location, flow, and preferences.
June 25, 2019
PropTech is a fast-growing industry, and a key priority for CRE executives is to drive greater efficiency through automation. But with investment in real estate technology faltering, how will this impact the technologies needed to power the future of work?
May 31, 2019
Demand for smarter technologies as a part of office design is growing exponentially, and driving digital transformation in the workplace. From smart window panes to climate control technology, Office Space In Town’s Simon Eastlake discusses four key technologies that are powering the future workplace.
May 9, 2019
At UNWIRED’s Technology and Trends 2019 Conference in London, leading technologists discussed the techno-trends influencing the workplace and why businesses need to optimize every aspect of their company for technology — including their workspaces — in order to thrive in the ‘second digital revolution’.
April 18, 2019
At UNWIRED’s Technology and Trends 2019 Conference in London, one of the key sessions explored how technology underpins the workplace and how integrated solutions enable hybrid spaces to accommodate different styles of working.
April 17, 2019
What is the digital workplace? It’s defined as a workplace that “enables new, more effective ways of working” by exploiting consumer-oriented styles and technologies. In short, it’s about creating user-focused (and user-friendly) workplaces — which means overcoming the challenges of today’s technology to ensure it enables, not inhibits, productivity.
February 22, 2019
Regus, WeWork, Servcorp and Hub Australia are some of the big names that are already using Office Hub’s Abacus technology. Grant Philip, Office Hub CEO, explains more about their new marketplace tech and how it’s supporting their global expansion plans.
February 15, 2019
PropTech is redefining the way flexible workspace owners find and build out their spaces and it enables owners and managers to seek new opportunities for growth.
January 30, 2019
From drones and 3D printing to smart technologies and blockchain-based tools, here are the technologies that are set to disrupt the status quo for flexible workspace in 2019.
January 1, 2019