How do you check a new train will fit through a tunnel? You use a 3D scanner to provide an accurate model.
The first in a series of videos created by the finalists for the PlaceTech Prize and PlaceTech Startup Prize.
Active in the UK market, the Finnish company aims to provide an all-in-one solution to manage homebuyers' customer journeys and streamline building processes.
Between February 2016 and March 2018, commercial renewable installations dropped by 87%. Arbnco believes that the biggest reason for this is a lack of understanding from property managers on the range of renewable technologies available and the difficulties of working out the case for adoption.
Founded this year, the French startup allows landlords to follow the selling process entirely online and accept offers from verified online bidders.
The Initial Coin Offering aims to raise €50m to re-invest into the retail property website.
The Finnish company, founded in 2012, aims to help real estate companies significantly reduce time and money spent on financial modelling, analysing and reporting tasks.
The aggregator aims to streamline the rental process to allow tenants to find and rent a property anywhere in the world safely and without a viewing.
We took to the streets of Manchester to ask people about the technology they use in their homes and what they from a modern workplace.
Following a successful trial at its Spark building in Warsaw, Poland, the Swedish construction and development giant is planning to bring to market the Connected by Skanska system, which enables office workers to run their parking, reception, heating, meeting rooms and more from a shared mobile app.