Maps from the French air quality information company allow users to track air pollution in real-time for every street in your city, with more than 100 major urban centres across the US and Europe now live.
Now that lockdown measures are beginning to ease and the prospect of meeting up with friends and family in a restaurant or having a drink in a pub is closer, businesses are planning for what a return to the workplace will look like.
Sidewalk Labs has aborted plans to create a smart city on the Toronto waterfront due to “unprecedented economic uncertainty” which has made the 12-acre project “too difficult to make… financially viable”, according to CEO of the Alphabet subsidiary Dan Doctoroff.
The UK is leading the way in proptech investment in Europe, a report from Oxford Saïd Business School has uncovered, with 2020 set to be a pivotal period for adoption, subject to overcoming regulatory hurdles.
What will be the implications for real estate to huge demographic change in the next decade as Baby Boomers leave the workforce and Generation Z becomes the dominant generation? Cushman & Wakefield investigates.