Smart building, remote work, but also an disappearing alarm clock and a night walk to toilet. A wide range of topics was discussed during the Prague Property Forum 2019. As a media partner of this event we pick up a list of the most remarkable notes from all speakers.
“We may have smart technologies, but our office furniture is still stupid,” notes Zdeněk Brisuda, sales director of the Czech branch of furniture makers Wiesner-Hager in an interview for #MORETHANOFFICE.
Well-chosen apps are necessities for every successful entrepreneur, manager, or other office-based worker who longs to use their working hours more efficiently. After all, smartphones today are all smart, and much more than phones. They’ll make you lunch in bed, set the right temperature in your room, and even measure if you’re working efficiently.
An interview with two women—Petra from Generation X and Markéta from Generation Y — about how modern technologies make their lives easier, and what their work and private lives would be like without them. For one, a mobile phone is an essential item she couldn’t go a day without; for the other, it’s a necessity she loves to lose whenever possible. But they both agree that the best time is the “touch-free” time when no phone’s needed.
Turn a glassed meeting room into a private place or a screen area easily through a smartphone app. Or you can also shade the windows from direct sunlight, including harmful UV radiation. There is no need to invest high sums in the replacement of current glass; all you need is to stick a clever Sonte film.
The real estate industry has been changing due to digital transformation rapidly. I was lucky to join the Prague Property Forum 2018, a conference for real estate professionals, whose speakers heralded new era in doing property business. Find out what is waiting for us in the next few months and years.