What Are Real Estate Executives’ Attitudes To Real Estate, Energy & Facilities Optimization Tech?

Published 27 December 2017 by Sebastian Winter
Corporate Real Estate Management Real Estate, Energy & Facilities Smart Building Technologies Market Insight

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Executive Summary

This report helps strategy executives to understand real estate executives’ attitudes to real estate, energy and facility optimization technologies. It also helps vendors to see the differences in attitude towards the adoption of technologies between regions and sectors. This report uses responses of real estate executives in this year’s survey on real estate budgets, priorities & tech preferences (see Verdantix Global Real Estate, Energy & Facilities 2017: Budgets, Priorities & Tech Preferences). The responses included self-identified attitudes to implementation of technology, the sectors and regions of the respondents’ firms and the technologies that they are currently considering implementing.

Table of contents

What Are Real Estate Executives’ Attitudes To Real Estate, Energy & Facilities Optimization Tech?
Attitudes To Tech Adoption Are Not Uniform Across Regions Or Sectors Proactivity Of Real Estate Executives Is A Strong Indicator Of Technology Interests

Table of figures

Figure 1. Building Technology Interest By Region
Figure 2. Building Technology Interest By Industry Sector
Figure 3. Bias In Interest In Selected Technologies Between Proactive And Passive Executives

Organisations mentioned

ARCHIBUS, FM:Systems, ENTOUCH, Planon, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Switch Automation.

About the author

Sebastian Winter

Analyst

Sebastian is an analyst in the Verdantix Real Estate, Energy and Facility Optimization Practice Group. His research agenda explores the value of technologies for real estate investors, service providers and building occupiers. Prior to joining Verdantix Sebastian worked for Trucost, a division of S&P Dow Jones Indices, and held positions in China and Brunei. Sebastian holds an MSc Environmental Technology from Imperial College London.

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