Future issues

The future of sustainable buildings

Future issues

What will the sustainable buildings of tomorrow look like? How will sustainability evolve over time? Check back here for regular updates on the latest developments and trends.

Sensorberg

Intelligent offices – the Sensorberg solution

Digital interaction between a building and its users: Sensorberg is turning this vision into reality with its innovative solution. At the heart of the concept is the human being, who is accompanied with an App, sensors and digital technology while being in the building, and who experiences the added value of such a smart space at various points.

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Portfolio

Portfolio analysis delivers important insights

Is investing in sustainability worth it for office properties? That was the question addressed in a study carried out by the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS).

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Sensors

Sensors create a sustainable digital office that enhances well-being

The proptech industry isn’t just about implementing technology in buildings. It’s a complex set of systems and principles that return the focus of buildings back to their inhabitants and increases their well-being while at the same time reducing costs for building owners and managers.

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Jan von Mallinckrodt

From smart home to smart office

An essay by Jan von Mallinckrodt

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LEED

Arc and the future of LEED

Today more than ever before, the green building movement relies on technology and data, and the future of green buildings is focused on performance.

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ZIA

ZIA: Achieving climate targets in a cost-effective way

The German government is aiming to make Germany's building stock virtually climate neutral by 2050.

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Smart Meter

Case study: Deployment of smart meters

Independent consulting firm Westbridge Advisory develops strategies that help real estate companies to cut operating costs in the properties they manage.

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ZIA

ZIA Energy Task Force contributes to debate

The topic of sustainable buildings is high on the political agenda in Europe at present.

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Digitalisation

Megatrend digitalisation

As elsewhere, intelligent new technologies are also gaining ground in the real estate sector, where they can help to design and operate more sustainable buildings.

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Buildings

Intelligent buildings

Buildings are among the largest consumers of energy in the world. Change is thus imperative. The aim is not just to make buildings much more efficient in terms of consumption. In future, they could even be used to store electricity generated from renewable sources, thereby making a significant contribution to grid stability and security of supply.

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