Technological innovations in condominiums: The future of drones, robotics and software in building envelope inspections

Technology is one of those things that never stops moving, and sometimes it can be daunting to keep up with all the latest advancements out there. If leveraged correctly, though, it can provide great amounts of value to those that take the jump and never look back.  Everyone loves technology, but it takes a little bit of foresight and a change in perspective to appreciate the potential value. Take the example of the soon-to-be self-driving car. On the one hand, it might sound silly to have a car controlled by a network of computer programs. On the other hand, it might eventually seem insane in retrospect that 16-year-olds were given control of a 4,000-pound machine, capable of hitting speeds of more than 100 kilometres per hour.  So, what equivalent technological innovations are happening in the world of condos today?       Read the article……………


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