Cybersecurity IoT guide

Jargon buster: cybersecurity

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Alice Cruickshank

There are predicted to be 20bn to 50bn connected objects globally by 2020. One of the best ways to prevent an attack is awareness, so here are some of the words you need to understand.

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Jargon buster: autonomous vehicles

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Alice Cruickshank

With the latest predictions showing 1 in 4 journeys could be by autonomous vehicles by 2025, this is a tech trend you can't ignore. If you don't know your level 4 from level 5 AV, read on.

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How AI is impacting data processing

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Alice Cruickshank

Imagine never needing to write up a property listing again or spend hours over tedious paperwork. These AI solutions are working to make this a reality.

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AI in property: chatbots

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Alice Cruickshank

Everyone’s talking about Artificial Intelligence, but which solution is right for your business? In this first in a series of guides on AI application, we run through the options for using chatbots in property.

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How satellite imagery can be used in property

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Corentin Guillo

Satellite imagery can reduce operations costs and provide macro and micro intelligence. The founder of Bird.i explains how this innovation can be used by property professionals.

Internet Of Things

Jargon buster: Internet of Things

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Alice Cruickshank

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Here's a cheat sheet for some of the most common words and phrases related to IoT you should know about.

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Shared tools break down planning walls

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Alice Cruickshank

From companies who make big data useable, to technology such as virtual reality and blockchain, here’s our guide to the proptech innovations that provide new solutions for urban planning.

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Jargon buster: cryptocurrency

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Alice Cruickshank

With any new technology comes a slew of terminology. We’ve compiled a quick glossary of the key words you’ll be hearing a lot and, more importantly, what they mean.