Since the moment the COVID-19 pandemic first put the world in lockdown, property professionals have been preparing for the day tenants would return to the office and brick-and-mortar businesses would reopen. Enter: touchless technologi
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The Technology Pavilion at the 2021 BOMA International Conference & Expo will showcase the building technologies, systems, data management solutions and business tools property professionals need to create and sustain high-performing assets. Click he
9/16/2021 • BOMA International
People are slowly returning to their offices. Property managers can ease the transition by choosing the right technology tools to ensure tenant safety, comfort and confidence.
12/17/2020 • Liz Wolf
Over the years, the term "smart city" has made its way into the commercial real estate vernacular, but a clear definition remains elusive. A potential citywide application raises an entirely new set of implications for the industry to consider.
8/13/2020 • Caroline Pomilla
It’s easy to spot something new, but it’s not always easy to identify the beginning of a real trend. This past decade saw huge advancements in PropTech innovation; 2020 promises even more changes. Look out for these 15 trends.
The reality of robots wandering a commercial property and performing basic management tasks is still many years away, and studies still indicates that when it comes to customer service and experiences, people prefer interacting with a person.
A decade ago, the idea of a building being hacked may have seemed like science fiction. But, as technology has allowed commercial properties to operate more smoothly and efficiently, it also has left them vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Once thought impossible, the era of ropeless, sideways-moving elevators is finally here. We have come a long way since the 138-foot Home Insurance building opened in Chicago in 1884 as the world’s first skyscraper.