Technology has driven us to an era where the physical and digital worlds are finally connecting in a smart way.
Rarely had you seen different stakeholders such as sensor manufacturers, crypto traders and machine learning programmers come together under the same roof, sharing the same vision and showing a real disposition to collaborate.
Letterboxes full of junk mail. Important notifications going missing. How do I tell my neighbour that his dog is digging holes in our gardens? Endless general meetings, but very little progress.
Does your residential community use software to tackle these problems?
There is no shortage of options available in the market. Free or premium; for professional administrators, but also for communities that wish to self-manage their affairs.
The world of property management software has been traditionally slow to adopt new technologies.
Is this necessarily a bad thing, though? Once the dust settles, it is probably easier to see which technological advancements worked and which ones didn’t.
With the onset of Uber-like platforms, different sectors have seen apps take over the work of middlemen, changing business models in the process.
Our Communications Team had the chance to attend the UnBlockingChain#1 MeetUp event, organized by Polaris Link, by UMA Tech, part of the Universidad de Málaga.
The main speaker for the evening was Jordi Baylina, a recurring name in the world of blockchain and smart contracts. Baylina is well known as a smart-contract auditor and “white hacker”.
Perhaps two of the most flamboyant words in the dictionary. Their meanings, well… you certainly wouldn’t want to find out when you are close to purchasing or selling property!