The patent pending technology combines IoT sensor data, machine learning, and 3D visualizations to enable building operators to access digital replicas of their assets from anywhere in the world. The patent pending technology combines IoT sensor data, machine learning, and 3D visualizations to enable building operators to access digital replicas of their assets from anywhere in the world. Today is a big day at Enertiv - In a first

Enertiv releases Virtual Reality Solution to Streamline Building operations

Today is a big day at Enertiv - We're proud to unveil our newest solution: Enertiv 360. With over three billion hours of machine data already collected using the Enertiv platform, and backing from leading real estate technology investors such as Fifth Wall and MetaProp, we are uniquely positioned to deliver the first ‘digital twin’ technology for day-to-day operations in commercial real estate.

In a first for commercial real estate, Enertiv 360 embeds real-time sensor data into 3D visualizations to create an up-to-date digital replica of the mechanical and electrical infrastructure within large buildings. The solution allows building operators to streamline their processes and realize up to 20% cost savings in both maintenance and utility spend. Unlike most digital twin technologies, which are focused on complex manufacturing and construction, Enertiv 360 is built specifically to be scaled within existing real estate portfolios regardless of the age or sophistication of building systems.

It’s clear to anyone paying attention that coworking is a force to be reckoned with. In just the last four years, WeWork’s membership has surged over 3,000% to more than 250,000 users served at 14 million square feet of office space.

What To Do About Coworking's
Effect on Real Estate Fundamentals

It’s clear to anyone paying attention that coworking is a force to be reckoned with. In just the last four years, WeWork’s membership has surged over 3,000% to more than 250,000 users served at 14 million square feet of office space. Meanwhile, competitor Knotel recently raised $60 million to keep pace with their own incredible rate of growth.

Most traditional landlords recognize that they can no longer ignore the transformation underway in the office sector. While some have decided to compete directly, many have opted to partner with service providers. The flexibility, convenience, and multitude of amenities make coworking an attractive option to tenants, especially millennials who are making up more and more of the workforce.

Vince Lombardi, legendary football coach for the Green Bay Packers, once said: “some people try to find things in this game that don’t exist. I don't care about formations or new offenses or tricks on defense. Football is only two things – blocking and tackling.”

6 FUNDAMENTALS TO CONQUER BEFORE
SMART BUILDINGS MAKE SENSE

Vince Lombardi, legendary football coach for the Green Bay Packers, once said: “some people try to find things in this game that don’t exist. I don't care about formations or new offenses or tricks on defense. Football is only two things – blocking and tackling.”

The rapid ascent of real estate technology has had a similar effect, leading many try and find solutions to problems that don’t exist. However, like football, operating commercial real estate is only two things: maximizing revenues and minimizing expenses.

It’s that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, temperatures are falling, and building operators are bracing for a host of winter-related challenges. Unpredictable events such as frozen pipes bursting or boilers breaking down are all but guaranteed.

Winter is COming - How to Make
THis One Easier With Data

It’s that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, temperatures are falling, and building operators are bracing for a host of winter-related challenges. Unpredictable events such as frozen pipes bursting or boilers breaking down are all but guaranteed. The only problem is that owners and operators don’t know when or where.

The disruptive and costly problems that come with cold weather often put operators between a rock and a hard place. Either they can deploy manpower to monitor every property, or they can sit back and hope that nothing bad happens. The tradeoff is whether the cost of deploying the extra resources is worth being able to respond more quickly to problems once they do occur.

10 Common Building Operations
Headaches that Tech Solves

A lot has changed in the last few years. Most commercial real estate companies have fully embraced the fact that technology is changing the game. Many now have chief innovation officers to develop and execute a strategy for integrating technology into every level of the business.

With all the shiny new toys at the disposal of owners and operators, it’s easy to begin inventing new problems to solve (and no shortage of vendors eager to assist). But when it comes to operations, it won’t matter if there are chronic issues distracting your teams and negatively impacting your tenants.