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Tokenization of building data, are we ready to integrate new models?


Do you collect data through your connected buildings? Imagine if this data could be put to good use! 🌟


Relive this exceptional event on the tokenization of building data and the integration of new models, organized by PROPLINK EUROPE in partnership with Data Governance Alliance for Smarter Citizens and Urban Practices.



📅 On the program:



Alexandra EMERY will welcome experts in the field:


Emmanuel FRANCOIS , Data Governance Alliance for Smarter Citizens


Casey Joly , IPSO France


Matthieu Merchadou Melki , MAGMA - Real Estate Agility


christian ROZIER , Urban Practices


Discover how data collection can become a leverage for your real estate assets.


Smart Building and Data Ownership

The concept of "smart building" is being called into question, because it is not enough to have a connected building to create value. The challenge is to make the building “utilitarian”, that is to say capable of adapting to uses and providing services that meet the needs of the occupants. Data is at the heart of this transformation, but it cannot be considered as property. Information must circulate freely to enable innovation and the creation of new services.


Financial Tokenization and Digital Assets

To add value to buildings, we must rethink economic models by integrating data and digital services. Financial “tokenization”, that is to say the representation of physical assets in the form of digital tokens, could make it possible to share the value created by data and services. However, this requires data governance and thinking about new business models.


Asset Management and Service Platform

Asset management must evolve to take into account the use value of buildings. Asset managers seek to optimize occupied space and offer flexible spaces. Digital service platforms will make it possible to manage these new uses and offer services adapted to occupants. This involves rethinking data governance to allow their sharing and valorization. In conclusion, the digital transformation of buildings requires in-depth reflection on the data governance, business models and value creation through digital services. A holistic approach, involving all stakeholders, is essential to meet these challenges.

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