Cities after Covid-19 – How Proptech can contributes to a new Urban Metabolism?

Can emerging technologies help us to recalibrate our cities after Coronavirus and ensure livability,  proximity and decentralization paradigms?

 


Colouree-COVID-19 location intelligence and big data

People have increasingly moved into cities even if the technology has created myriad new ways of connecting remotely. Cities have become epicenters of new capital and creativity, because proximity breeds serendipity and strength, from which new ideas and opportunities arise.

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) expands its impact, Cities are experiencing ‘lockdown’ and its disruptive effects on  urban economies on a multilateral level, including from social and economic point of view.

While Coronavirus erodes the basic ideas about community and urban life, and even Real Estate industry is losing its traditional perception to be a stable environment,  mayor Anne Hidalg plans to turn the Paris into a 15 minutes city: a myriad of neighborhoods where “you can find everything you need within 15 minutes from home.”

The idea of a people-friendly city, polycentric and multifunctional, where essential services can be accessed in 15 minutes,  preferably, not by car but lived by walk and cycle, should represent a living habitat in its fabrics but also in what it hosts. 


Facing these growing conflicts some questions becomes relevant 

  • In a medium-term, to what extent some phenomena will accelerate and new paradigms will be established?
  • Will the differences between places dedicated to work, to live, to have fun be destined to further reduce in space and time? 
  • Same considerations for defining limits between private and public spaces?
  • What role will Technology play?
Colouree-COVID-19 location intelligence and big data for urban health

Creating and managing the built environment in complex environments like contemporary cities,  it’s a task full of difficult decisions, challenging relationships, and a multitude of variables.

Cities are increasingly turning towards specialized technologies to address issues related to society, ecology, morphology and many others. The emerging concept of Smart Cities highly encourages this prospect by promoting the incorporation of sensors and Big Data through the Internet of Things (IoT).

Increasing availability of data brings new possibilities in the design and management of cities just as much as economic prospects. While Big Data processing through Artificial Intelligence (AI) can greatly contribute to the urban fabric, sustainability and liveability dimensions however must not be overlooked in favour of technological ones.

In Colouree we believe that there are many ways to understand and consider the various impacts that real estate and an urban environment has on quality of life, but what is much more interesting today is how to assess the way customers/people changing expectations will impacts on real estate and cities.

The outcomes could drive value, create great spaces that people want to be, and help us achieve a sustainable and equitable future. 

Spatial science offers tools and technologies that enable us to understand, analyse, and visualize real-world phenomena according to their locations.

Colouree leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI), geo-spatial data (GIS), and urban location intelligence to deeply understand how built up spaces match people lifestyles and business needs in a dynamics perspective,  improving an evidence and geographically based decision making.

With an increasing access to all imaginable data and new location-based analysis capabilities, real estate could then  be a customer-centric and completely different industry. 

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