How is technology impacting what it means to be a professional?
Technology is calling into question the very nature of our profession, as clients become increasingly comfortable with technological advancements to fulfil their needs.
How are advances in technology transforming the way we work and what new opportunities are they creating?
It is no longer sufficient to embrace innovations and trends that are already underway. To stay ahead, companies must work methodically to sense new possibilities that exist far beyond the digital frontier.
Beyond the Digital Frontier
With drone use becoming increasingly prevalent across the profession, we asked three drone-flying surveyors to share their experiences.
49% of the activities that people are paid to do in the global economy have the potential to be automated by adapting currently demonstrated technology.
Global Institute Report, 2017
It's easy to save yourself time, hassle and – most importantly – money, with these handy new technological innovations.
Artificial intelligence offers easy access to swathes of data and the ability to troubleshoot before an issue arises, says Leslie Lindgren.
David Stapleton of TenderSpace talks about effective collaboration, early engagement and how to yield better returns.
Chris Hoar investigates some of the threats and opportunities about the impact of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Entrepreneurs are moving into construction; venture capital start-up funding for construction technology worldwide grew from £70m in 2012 to £286m last year and is forecast to grow even more.
Innovation director, Mace
See how opportunities are being created by the latest technological innovations.
What will clients want from valuers and valuations in a tech-enabled future? Sander Scheurwater reviews the latest research findings.
Without security of tenure, millions are at risk of dispossession, crime and corruption. How is the problem being addressed?
Invest in proptech before you need to use it, advises Anthony Walker of Trident Building Consultancy, as he looks at surveyors’ attitudes to adoption.