The evolution of buildings, from automated to trusted
The priorities of today’s real estate industry are not the same as the priorities of the 1990s. Major events, regulations, and advancements have shifted the focus in the built world from automating buildings to creating ones that were safer, then smarter, then healthier.
Now, as companies navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic and social impacts, real estate is focused on developing data, automation, and up-to-date wellness strategies that emphasize health and well-being to ultimately create trusted spaces.
Take a look back at this evolution, the factors that drove and shaped it, and the business, human, and community needs at each stage, and learn what will be required of real estate businesses in the post-COVID-19 “next normal.”
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