Technology in real estate has the capacity to drive substantial efficiency gains, streamline operations and, ultimately, reduce energy usage and carbon emissions. Our latest White Paper highlights the importance of accurate data in the pursuit of net zero.
There are many applications for digital twins in real estate, including conducting audits and identifying areas where improvements can be made, such as reducing water consumption or replacing ageing lamps with LED lighting. An accurate 3D model can also help to identify areas where insulation should be added, or where heat pumps and solar panels could be installed. This can reduce the cost and time to implement sustainable projects.
With an accurate, verified digital twin, stakeholders can simulate different retrofitting scenarios and estimate the impact of each option on energy consumption. 3D models can enable efficient off-site precision fabrication and manufacturing of retrofit systems. It can also be used to provide accurate, life-like visualisations of the future development.
Integrate all data about the building, digital twin create a central view to streamline decision-making.
Sensors, analytics, and AI allow to monitor and anticipate tenant needs.
Can model and simulate design choices to assess carbon impact and contribution to net-zero goals.
Accurate 3D model of space allows to assess current condition, model scenarios and recommend changes.
We have developed our offering to support the needs of the industry by establishing a first-of-its-kind Building Insights team. They enable our clients to improve their understanding of their assets, utilising the accurate measurement data captured by Stak’s teams of Digital Surveyors to drive value. Considering both 2D and 3D measurements helps to fully understand a building’s DNA, the vital starting point in achieving in-depth knowledge of its carbon footprint.
Using SLAM technology, we have transformed the way spatial data is captured. Stak’s property captures, carried out by RICS certified Digital Surveyors, generate millions of data points using best-in-class Leica Geosystems hardware to understand and scan the built environment.