Sustainable use of all real estate assets based on accurate data, technology and innovation
Real estate and the digital divide
There is a rapidly growing ecosystem of data driven technologies spurred out of innovations in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Most industries have already integrated the use of data, the real estate industry is largely falling behind. This is attributed to a lack of standards for data -capture, -storage and -distribution.
Silos vs. a single source of truth
Suppliers of products and services in the real estate industry are isolating their building data in silos. The direct result of this lack of sharing is the existence of multiple incongruous datasets for the same building.
The lack of a single source of truth generates added cost in delivery of real estate services either in direct cost as a result of survey and mapping, or indirectly as added margin for error in quotes and estimates.
Not only is this poor economics, it is also a lost opportunity for optimization and innovation only possible when accurate data is widely available.
The Romly real estate Spatial data-as-a-service solves this by establishing a single source of truth and distributing accurate and updated spatial data in industry standard formats for maximum compatibility.
Data is the Foundation
It should come as no surprise that the real estate industry is a major contributor to the climate crises. Buildings consume vast amounts of energy and resources throughout their lifespan.
We capture and maintain accurate spatial building data for development of services and products that enable a more sustainable use of our built environment.