Some reflections on what next!

In an unprecedented year for many of us there is a lot to look back on and feel that progress has been made. There are however areas where more needs to be done.  In 2020, Proptech has become more familiar within the everyday. There is now a significant number of proptech businesses in both theContinue reading “Some reflections on what next!”

Technological advancement of the home

Our lives are being changed by a rise in technology – and our homes are being dramatically changed alongside.  There is rarely a day goes by where I don’t have a discussion with one of my children that involves the sentence “in my day” when breaking up an argument. There are large parts of everydayContinue reading “Technological advancement of the home”

Think to the future – innovate, digitise and be resilient!

“Never let a good crisis go to waste” Winston Churchill Mr Churchill really was onto something with this quote. A crisis, let’s be honest, is not pleasant for many. The last few months have seen heartache for many reasons and the future will no doubt bring bad times to many. The point of the quoteContinue reading “Think to the future – innovate, digitise and be resilient!”

A few thoughts on technology

From the moment you awake to the point you close your eye technology, and specifically AI, is impacting your life. Some of the examples are as simple as autopilot or cruise control in the vehicles we frequently use or even just the wizardry that recommends what programmes we might like. Artificial intelligence is set toContinue reading “A few thoughts on technology”

The integration of technology into construction is a must

Published May 2019 by PwC UK – From online shopping platforms in retail to the rapid automation in the manufacturing sector, technological advancements are revolutionising the way businesses operate and is improving efficiency levels at a rapid pace. The construction industry, however, has lagged behind in this global technological revolution. But given pockets ofContinue reading “The integration of technology into construction is a must”