How "Property Management" is changing in the 21st Century.
"Property Management for the Smart City"
"A Smart City is a well performing city built on smart solutions, after an urban regeneration".
Understand the evolving identity of a city should be the main focus of modern property management.
A Smart City development is a complex process involving City Halls, Municipalities and other Government offices and agencies at all levels,
focused to generate urban planning, policies and regulations that are required to enable and trigger the urban smart regeneration of a city.
Cities need an adequate set of framework conditions in the field of policy and regulations in order to be able to shift to the next level.
New governance concepts are required to coordinate and integrate smart city stakeholders within the change process so to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, based on economic development, environment, human capital, cultural heritage and local identity preservation.
In other words, to create a sustainable urban environment, it is crucial to measure and assess policies, infrastructure, socio-economic factors, resource use, emissions and any other processes that contribute to and profit from the city’s regeneration, prosperity and quality of life.
This will allow city planning authorities officials, and governments in general, to identify areas of opportunity as well as concern, and to
respond by developing realistic sustainability goals with a long-term perspective.
Our team designed new advanced property management services for the Smart City of the 21st Century.
Our office is located in Toronto.
Property Management Services
for the Smart City and Connected Urban Areas
We are able to offer the following services:
Urban Identification of the area of interest (Urban Indicators)
Urban sustainability indicators are tools that allow city planners, city managers and policymakers to measure the socio-economic and environmental impact of an urban regeneration, for example, infrastructures, policies, and access to new services by citizens. They allow the identification of urban areas that would profit from being addressed through good governance and science-based responses. They also allow to monitor the success and impact of sustainability interventions.
Property site Surveillance, Monitoring and Inspection
Robots are most valuable when they can effectively assist human workers. We have developed robots to provide surveillance and security and inspection for large industrial plants, energy plants and other hostile areas in extreme weather conditions.
We manage properties for owners, real estate investors and their corporations.
Property Owner Relationship
We deal directly with owners in servicing you better.
Geo-Mapping Management for Better Decisions based on geography
The geo-mapping management service is evolving every day, in order to provide a variety of software solutions, aimed at assisting your team to understand your market in more detail.
Get more from your location with powerful mapping capabilities.
Modern geo-mapping management services offers organizations fast, easy-to-use tools to explore datasets in the right context. By visualizing massive volumes of location data on a map, users are empowered to make better-informed business decisions based on geography.
Why Geo-Marketing And Location Intelligence Are Game-Changers ?
Knowing what an area looks like on a map is not nearly enough information for a manager to base territory management decisions on. This is where geo-marketing and location intelligence (LI) come into play.
Location intelligence encompasses more than just geography. Examples of LI include what demographics the population of a place is comprised of, how many companies are there inside a certain area or street. LI is crucial for making good territory management decisions.
Location data is already and will continue to be a growing component of all business data. Smartphone penetration is on the rise around the world, location infrastructure—such as cell towers, beacons, RFID and GPS—is proliferating, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming the mainstream within a few years. However, rather than adding to the complexity of the data landscape, location has the power to bring order to it.