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.
It’s touched virtually every other part of our lives, so it seems hardly surprising technology is altering how we finance development and trade assets.
Counting your steps with a tracker; checking into your favourite restaurant on Facebook; and swiping your security pass to get into work. What do all these things have in common?
Unlike Leonardo Da Vinci's mechanical knight, sketched 500 years ago, today’s robots are being put to work across the property sector for more peaceful pursuits.
From inspecting hard-to-reach spots and confined spaces, to showcasing properties in a way that simply wouldn’t have been possible before without a small fortune, drones are becoming more commonplace across the property industry.
3D printing offers exciting new opportunities for architects and developers. Asa Callow from Manchester-based MadLab, explains how this technology works, and how those in the property industry can benefit from it.