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The future is digital. The built and natural environment sector is no exception.

Soon, the adoption of innovations will be the determining factor of success within the built and natural environment. That’s why we’re focusing on researching, designing and delivering lifelong learning throughout your professional career.

There is no shortage of great examples where professionals are already embracing new technology. Data is ubiquitous; its use is now a business priority.

As a result, we’ve developed data standards which will protect consumers and businesses by ensuring the utmost level of professionalism is employed across the built and natural environment. This is just the start.

Today’s emerging technologies are a glimpse into the future of how we will pioneer better places for people. Yet we must continue to deliver confidence to our clients through basing our decision-making on trusted knowledge, data and insight.

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Latest insights

Data is the fabric of the modern world: just like we walk down pavements, so we trace routes through data, and build knowledge and products out of it.

Dr Ben Goldacre OBE
Chair of the NHS HealthTech Advisory Board

There are projected to be 200 billion smart devices connected to the Internet of Things by 2020, up from two billion in 2006.

IDC, Intel, United Nations

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