18TH AND 19TH OF NOV - ONLINE

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DAY 1 - 18th of November

hosted by: Maija Ilmoniemi

09:00 – 09:10 OPENING

DAY 2 - 19th of November

Hosted by: Maija Ilmoniemi

09:00 – 09:10 OPENING

WHAT BUILT WORLD CAN LEARN FROM OTHER INDUSTRIES?

09:10 – 09:30 New talent: why are we afraid of change and lessons from other industries

Sometimes to see a new way you just need to change the perspective. Professor Alf Rehn will explain why it can be difficult and how to do it anyways
Alf Rehn – University of Southern Denmark

09:30 – 09:50 What the industry can learn from an investor when hiring tech talent

Investors have to be open minded to find the best deals early enough. How Metaprop, one of the biggest PropTech VCs, is doing it?
Zach Aarons – Metaprop

09:50 – 10:10 The future of the Build Phase

The future of construction is industrialized, standardized and modular. Get a glimpse of how LetsBuild has changed the build phase with this future in mind
Klaus Nyengaard – Let’s build

10:10 – 10:30 What build environment can learn from ICT industry

What can we learn from ICT to reinvent, to build new value chains to support the trends within smart cities, buildings and the future of mobility.
Natasha Friis-Saxberg – Danish ICT Industry Association

THE NORDIC TENTANX AND DIGITAL REAL ESTATE AGENCIES 

09:10 – 09:30 Nordic consumer behaviour

Digitalization has changed the way consumers search, choose and buy properties. What are these new consumer trends and how this Finnish proptech is answering the new needs of Nordic buyers
Kalle Salmi – Kodit.io

09:30 – 09:45 How the Nordic values in workplace are expanding to UK

How ARC Club harnessed Nordic values – from lagom to collectivism – to match the decline of shared spaces in Britain by creating a new kind of remote working highstreet hub.

Caro Lundin– ARC Club

09:45 – 09:55 Nordic tenant in the app – how to turn negative experience in the positive by using the app

What disappointed Danish tenants did to turn their negative experiences into positive ones: the story of hococo
Katrine Larsen– Hococo

09:55 – 10:05 Digitalizing the Nordic housing market

How asking yourself ‘what if’ has made Finnish Block.ai one of the fastest growing startups in Finland and the fastest growing real estate agency in the country.
Rudi Skogman – Blok.ai

10:05 – 10:20 Digitalization in hospitality, Nordics perspective

When you travel a lot and want to get the best of both worlds with short-term stay appartments, but being in based in two most techy countries, like Finland and Estonia, you will end up building a tech-enabled hospitality company
Niko KarsikkoBobW

10:20 – 10:30 Nordic lifestyle in your mobile phone

How Swedish TMPL has put the key elements of the Nordic lifestyle in the app: simple, pleasant, smart and sustainable.
Henrik Svanqvist – Tmpl

10:30 - 11:00 MORNING BREAK

10:30 - 10:50 MORNING BREAK

SUSTAINABILITY ENABLED BY PROPTECH

11:00 – 11:15 Sustainable smart buildings

Riikka will explain what sustainability and ESG mean in real estate and the key reasons why investors are interested in these

Riikka Sievänen – KPMG

11:15 – 11:35 Is technology friend or foe for a sustainable build environment?

How can technology help accelerate and scale the sustainable transition of the build environment and what are the risks we are facing

Ditte Lysgaard Vind – Lendager

11:35 – 11:55 Spurring Energy Renovations with an Automatic Advisor

Many cost effective energy renovations never materialize due to a lack of information available for housing co-ops. Sitowise aims to solve this problem with a platform that collects building specific information from various sources, analyses this data, and generates recommendations for the best ways to increase energy efficiency in each building
Eero Puurunen – Sitowise

CYBER SECURITY IN BUILDINGS

12:00 – 12:15 Industrial Cyber Security: Anatomy of an Attack

Through this talk, we will briefly explore the general perception of both the victim and the attacker in the Industrial and IoT cyber security space, focusing on both attacker’s techniques and lessons learned for defense of physical infrastructure

Alberto Zorrilla – KPMG

12:15 – 12:30 Secure Digital Access as a platform for Building digitalisation

What this German proptech is doing to ensure secure digital access. From digital access to smart buildings – Based on an IoT platform that works offline and online buildings can move along the path to an all digital building step by step. We will draw that path for you and show you what is reality already today
Stefan Scheuerle – Sensorberg

THE ROLE OF DATA IN REAL ESTATE INVESTOR DECISION MAKING

10:50 – 11:10 Property management 2.0 – Unseen horizons are opening with data

The term digital property management may not automatically get everyone excited. But when you start talking about data management and the unfair advantages it brings, you should already be interested. Colliers believes accessing real estate data should be simple.

Tomi Ventovuori – Colliers

11:10 – 11:20 From acquisition to exit: Unlock real value with the power of data

How to leverage your property management data in every phase and create an ”unfair” advantage
Andreas FrydénEstatelogs

11:20 – 11:35 Status of data strategy in real estate

Sarah will share preliminary findings from KPMG’s Global Data Strategy Survey on the status of data strategy within real estate. Key topics include solutions used, obstacles to data capture and other challenges, data use cases, and the impact of Covid-19
Sarah SipiläKPMG

11:35 – 11:45 Enhancing customer experience with data

Easy communication and collecting important tenant data are practical tools for creating a better customer experience for your tenants. Reslink application examples under development
Jukka Hautala – Reslink

11:45 – 11:55 AI platform for making real estate business with data

How can artificial intelligence (AI) benefit investors decision making. Examples of different practical needs which we can solve with AI-platforms and software development
Pekka Honkonen – Honkio

11:55 – 12:35 FIRESIDE CHAT

How are the industry megatrends changing business from investor’s point of view – or are they?
Hosted By:  Ari Vanhanen – Colliers
Markus Nieminen – Sponda
Erika Salmenvaara – Antilooppi
Juhani Strömberg – Seedi

12:30 - 13:00 LUNCH BREAK

12:35 - 13:00 LUNCH BREAK

COVID OPPORTUNITIES IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

13:00 – 13:20 New normal, office or no office

With the pandemic being the biggest disrupter ever, what is the future of CRE? What will be the new normal?
Gavin Gallagher

13:20 – 13:30 CRE AirBNB

This Norwegian proptech is taking CRE industry to a new orbit by changing the way the office works
Wasim Rashid – Orbit

13:30 – 13:45 Bridging The Employee Experience

Culture – Digital – Physical

Patrik Etelävuori – Newsec

13:45 – 13:55 Not your typical business model

Finnish Spacent offers CRE an alternative to that traditional CRE business model based on sq.m and suggests to use time dimension instead
Anssi Salonen – Spacent

13:55 – 14:05 Single app for your CRE

Why this Canadian proptech decided to build a platform, not just an app, to power the entire workplace experience

Rhea Claus – Lane

14:05 – 14:35 FIRESIDE CHAT

Now we measure air quality. So what? Should we even bother about it? A discussion with three Nordic scaleups who believe that our lives become more productive when we breath in better air
Hosted by: Gavin Gallagher
Rick Aller – 720°
Jan-Kristian Westerlund – IISY
Martin McGloin – Airthings

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE API ECONOMY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT?

13:00 – 13:20 Evolution of PropTech and API economy

Real estate is not known as an industry which readily embraces change. However, the majority of PropTech activity is creating building blocks towards a more efficient property market, and the sums invested mean that FinTech and PropTech is here for the long term. How will PropTech 2.0 shape the future of the real estate industry?
Andrew Baum – Oxford University

13:20 – 13:30 Digital Twins in Real Estate

How to make building information accessible and valuable for the industry – Defining and utilizing the digital twin within a real estate portfolio with an ecosystem of suppliers.
Petter Bengtsson– Zynka Group

13:30 – 13:40 From hidden databases to public knowledge

Why this Danish proptech decided to retrieve the data from dusty and inaccessible ‘expert only’ databases and make it available for ordinary Danes
Lars Groth – Dingeo

13:40 – 14:00 Agile API

How construction applications can be ‘powered by’ real-time standard classification information through the CROSSWALK Application Programming Interface (API)
Rick Bawcum – Crosswalk

14:00 – 14:15 Visma Tampuuri: Building a successful ecosystem

Visma Tampuuri is building an ecosystem of best services in the property business. Their aim is to help property business grow and prosper.

Juha Raitanen – Visma Tampuuri
Erkki Ahonen – Visma Tampuuri

14:15 – 14:30 How to monetize your data
Emerging data economy requires both productized APIs and data to succeed and offer profitable data value chains. When you combine APIs and data, you are offering data as a service. Let the platform manage APIs and integrations. Concentrate on the data productizement.

Jarkko Moilanen – Platform of Trust

BREAK 10 Min

14:40 – 15:20 FIRESIDE CHAT

Smart energy, smart future – how innovations in the energy sector can change the course of our future.  

Hosted by: Viktor Vitell – Egain

Pirita Näkkäläjärvi – Helen Ventures

Pirjo Jantunen – Helen

Vesa Harju – Helen

14:35 - 15:00 BREAK

15:20 - 15:40 BREAK

BUILDING A NORDIC SMART CITY

15:00 – 15:20 How to Build a Nordic Smart City?
Jyrki Keinänen– AINS Group

15:20 – 15:35 Use of data and AI in urban planning
Carl Christensen – Spacemaker.ai

15:35 – 15:45 AI powered design

This Dutch proptech is on the mission to incorporate the complex interaction of sustainable development in design by exploiting the superior computing and evaluating skills of Artificial Intelligence
Pim Van Wylick – Planalogic

15:45 – 16:05 What smart cities can do to advance PropTech clusters?

What one of the first e-commerce companies is doing in built environment and how they see their role in shaping the future of urban planning
Jason Whittet – AWS

16:05 – 16:15 Sharing experience within smart buildings / use-cases

How Swedish proptech makes data accessible and actionable
Robert Lann – Sensative

16:15 – 17:00 Virtual Mayor Challenge Final pitches

CONSTRUCTION INNOVATIONS

15:40 – 15:55 3D Printing case

This Finnish startup offers you to 3D-print your next building!
Ashish Mohite – Hyperion Robotics

15:55 – 16:10 Easy start to digitisation – with planning, construction and operation in one place

This international PropTech company has a solution to the complexities of construction and real estate management, easy to start and all in one place
Ibrahim Imam – PlanRadar

16:10 – 16:25 Case: Where’s your next construction project?

What happens when a construction industry expert, exhausted with the painful process of construction project research, meets a savvy tech guy? They create a platform for spotting early-stage construction leads. Case from Germany
Leopold Neuerburg – Building Radar

16:25 – 16:35 All-in-one platform for construction project stakeholders

Swedish proptech on a mission to empower external construction project stakeholders (e.g. property developers, property managers, real estate investors, lenders) by giving access to a single source of truth regarding development progress

Pablo Roldos – Estabild

16:35 – 16:45 Case: construction robots

This Danish proptech believes that we can make better use of human potential if we’ll leave some labour-intensive construction jobs to robots. They are working on increasing efficiency and unleash the industry’s innovative potential
Asbjørn Søndergaard – Odico

16:45 – 17:05 Exoskeletons at a construction site

And still, we use humans for doing most physical jobs at a construction site. This US-based company is striving to protect worker’s health, boost their productivity and lower injury risks with a wearable, lightweight technology engineered to improve upper extremity musculoskeletal health
Joseph Zawaideh – Levitate

DAY 1 - 18th of November

hosted by: Maija Ilmoniemi

09:00 – 09:10 OPENING

WHAT BUILT WORLD CAN LEARN FROM OTHER INDUSTRIES?

09:10 – 09:30 New talent: why are we afraid of change and lessons from other industries

Sometimes to see a new way you just need to change the perspective. Professor Alf Rehn will explain why it can be difficult and how to do it anyways
Alf Rehn – University of Southern Denmark

09:30 – 09:50 What the industry can learn from an investor when hiring tech talent

Investors have to be open minded to find the best deals early enough. How Metaprop, one of the biggest PropTech VCs, is doing it?
Zach Aarons – Metaprop

09:50 – 10:10 The future of the Build Phase

The future of construction is industrialized, standardized and modular. Get a glimpse of how LetsBuild has changed the build phase with this future in mind
Ulrik Branner – Let’s build

10:10 – 10:30 What build environment can learn from ICT industry

What can we learn from ICT to reinvent, to build new value chains to support the trends within smart cities, buildings and the future of mobility.
Natasha Friis-Saxberg – Danish ICT Industry Association

10:30 - 11:00 MORNING BREAK

SUSTAINABILITY ENABLED BY PROPTECH

11:00 – 11:15 Sustainable smart buildings

Riikka will explain what sustainability and ESG mean in real estate and the key reasons why investors are interested in these

Riikka Sievänen – KPMG

11:15 – 11:35 TBD
Ditte Lysgaard Vind – Lendager

11:35 – 11:55 Spurring Energy Renovations with an Automatic Advisor

Many cost effective energy renovations never materialize due to a lack of information available for housing co-ops. Sitowise aims to solve this problem with a platform that collects building specific information from various sources, analyses this data, and generates recommendations for the best ways to increase energy efficiency in each building
Eero Puurunen – Sitowise

CYBER SECURITY IN BUILDINGS

12:00 – 12:15 Industrial Cyber Security: Anatomy of an Attack

Through this talk, we will briefly explore the general perception of both the victim and the attacker in the Industrial and IoT cyber security space, focusing on both attacker’s techniques and lessons learned for defense of physical infrastructure

Alberto Zorrilla – KPMG

12:15 – 12:30 Secure Digital Access as a platform for Building digitalisation

What this German proptech is doing to ensure secure digital access
Stefan Scheuerle – Sensorberg

12:45 - 13:15 LUNCH BREAK

COVID OPPORTUNITIES IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

13:00 – 13:20 New normal, office or no office

With the pandemic being the biggest disrupter ever, what is the future of CRE? What will be the new normal?
Gavin Gallagher

13:20 – 13:30 CRE AirBNB

This Norwegian proptech is taking CRE industry to a new orbit by changing the way the office works
Wasim Rashid – Orbit

13:30 – 13:45 TBD

Patrik Etelävuori – Newsec

13:45 – 13:55 Not your typical business model

Finnish Spacent offers CRE an alternative to that traditional CRE business model based on sq.m and suggests to use time dimension instead
Anssi Salonen – Spacent

13:55 – 14:05 How to use computer vision in workspaces to optimize operations, security and safety

How the French proptech redesigns office experiences with AI-powered visual intelligence platform
Lisa Bolte – Realvalue.ai

14:05 – 14:35 FIRESIDE CHAT

Now we measure air quality. So what? Should we even bother about it? A discussion with three Nordic scaleups who believe that our lives become more productive when we breath in better air
Hosted by: Gavin Gallagher
Rick Aller – 720°
Jan-Kristian Westerlund – IISY
Martin McGloin – Airthings

14:45 - 15:00 BREAK

BUILDING A NORDIC SMART CITY

15:00 – 15:20 How to Build a Nordic Smart City?
Jyrki Keinänen– AINS Group

15:20 – 15:35 Use of data and AI in urban planning
Carl Christensen – Spacemaker.ai

15:35 – 15:45 AI powered design

This Dutch proptech is on the mission to incorporate the complex interaction of sustainable development in design by exploiting the superior computing and evaluating skills of Artificial Intelligence
Pim Van Wylick – Planalogic

15:45 – 16:05 What smart cities can do to advance PropTech clusters?

What one of the first e-commerce companies is doing in built environment and how they see their role in shaping the future of urban planning
Jason Whittet – AWS

16:05 – 16:15 Sharing experience within smart buildings / use-cases

How Swedish proptech makes data accessible and actionable
Robert Lann – Sensative

16:15 – 17:00 Virtual Mayor Challenge Final pitches

DAY 2 - 19th of November

Hosted by: Maija Ilmoniemi

09:00 – 09:10 OPENING

THE NORDIC TENTANX AND DIGITAL REAL ESTATE AGENCIES 

09:10 – 09:30 Nordic consumer behaviour

Digitalization has changed the way consumers search, choose and buy properties. What are these new consumer trends and how this Finnish proptech is answering the new needs of Nordic buyers
Kalle Salmi – Kodit.io

09:30 – 09:45 How the Nordic values in workplace are expanding to UK

How ARC Club harnessed Nordic values – from lagom to collectivism – to match the decline of shared spaces in Britain by creating a new kind of remote working highstreet hub.

Caro Lundin– ARC Club

09:45 – 09:55 Nordic tenant in the app – how to turn negative experience in the positive by using the app

What disappointed Danish tenants did to turn their negative experiences into positive ones: the story of hococo
Katrine Larsen– Hococo

09:55 – 10:05 Digitalizing the Nordic housing market

How asking yourself ‘what if’ has made Finnish Block.ai one of the fastest growing startups in Finland and the fastest growing real estate agency in the country.
Rudi Skogman – Blok.ai

10:05 – 10:20 Digitalization in hospitality, Nordics perspective

When you travel a lot and want to get the best of both worlds with short-term stay appartments, but being in based in two most techy countries, like Finland and Estonia, you will end up building a tech-enabled hospitality company
Niko KarsikkoBobW

10:20 – 10:30 Nordic lifestyle in your mobile phone

How Swedish TMPL has put the key elements of the Nordic lifestyle in the app: simple, pleasant, smart and sustainable.
Henrik Svanqvist – Tmpl

10:35 - 10:50 MORNING BREAK

THE ROLE OF DATA IN REAL ESTATE INVESTOR DECISION MAKING

10:50 – 11:10 Property management 2.0 – Unseen horizons are opening with data

The term digital property management may not automatically get everyone excited. But when you start talking about data management and the unfair advantages it brings, you should already be interested. Colliers believes accessing real estate data should be simple.

Tomi Ventovuori – Colliers

11:10 – 11:20 From acquisition to exit: Unlock real value with the power of data

How to leverage your property management data in every phase and create an ”unfair” advantage
Andreas FrydénEstatelogs

11:20 – 11:35 Status of data strategy in real estate

Sarah will share preliminary findings from KPMG’s Global Data Strategy Survey on the status of data strategy within real estate. Key topics include solutions used, obstacles to data capture and other challenges, data use cases, and the impact of Covid-19
Sarah SipiläKPMG

11:35 – 11:45 Enhancing customer experience with data

Easy communication and collecting important tenant data are practical tools for creating a better customer experience for your tenants. Reslink application examples under development
Jukka Hautala – Reslink

11:45 – 11:55 AI platform for making real estate business with data

How can artificial intelligence (AI) benefit investors decision making. Examples of different practical needs which we can solve with AI-platforms and software development
Pekka Honkonen – Honkio

11:55 – 12:35 FIRESIDE CHAT

How are the industry megatrends changing business from investor’s point of view – or are they?
Hosted By:  Ari Vanhanen – Colliers
Markus Nieminen – Sponda
Erika Salmenvaara – Antilooppi
Juhani Strömberg – Seedi

12:30 - 13:15 LUNCH BREAK

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE API ECONOMY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT?

13:00 – 13:20 Evolution of PropTech and API economy

Real estate is not known as an industry which readily embraces change. However, the majority of PropTech activity is creating building blocks towards a more efficient property market, and the sums invested mean that FinTech and PropTech is here for the long term. How will PropTech 2.0 shape the future of the real estate industry?
Andrew Baum – Oxford University

13:20 – 13:30 Digital first real estate

Why purchasing one more software product is not a digitalization and what should you change in the way your company thinks and operates to really become a ‘digital first’ enterprise.
Ivan Nokhrin – Wiredhut

13:30 – 13:40 From hidden databases to public knowledge

Why this Danish proptech decided to retrieve the data from dusty and inaccessible ‘expert only’ databases and make it available for ordinary Danes
Lars Groth – Dingeo

13:40 – 14:00 Agile API

How construction applications can be ‘powered by’ real-time standard classification information through the CROSSWALK Application Programming Interface (API)
Rick Bawcum – Crosswalk

14:00 – 14:15 Visma Tampuuri: Building a successful ecosystem

Visma Tampuuri is building an ecosystem of best services in the property business. Their aim is to help property business grow and prosper.

Juha Raitanen – Visma Tampuuri
Erkki Ahonen – Visma Tampuuri

14:15 – 14:30 How to monetize your data
Emerging data economy requires both productized APIs and data to succeed and offer profitable data value chains. When you combine APIs and data, you are offering data as a service. Let the platform manage APIs and integrations. Concentrate on the data productizement.

Jarkko Moilanen – Platform of Trust

BREAK 10 Min

14:40 – 15:20 Smart energy – FIRESIDE CHAT

15:30 - 15:45 BREAK

ROBOTS IN CONSTRUCTION

15:40 – 15:55 3D Printing case

This Finnish startup offers you to 3D-print your next building!
Ashish Mohite – Hyperion Robotics

15:55 – 16:10 Easy start to digitisation – with planning, construction and operation in one place

This international PropTech company has a solution to the complexities of construction and real estate management, easy to start and all in one place
Ibrahim Imam – PlanRadar

16:10 – 16:25 Case: Where’s your next construction project?

What happens when a construction industry expert, exhausted with the painful process of construction project research, meets a savvy tech guy? They create a platform for spotting early-stage construction leads. Case from Germany
Leopold Neuerburg – Building Radar

16:25 – 16:35 All-in-one platform for construction project stakeholders

Swedish proptech on a mission to empower external construction project stakeholders (e.g. property developers, property managers, real estate investors, lenders) by giving access to a single source of truth regarding development progress

Pablo Roldos – Estabild

16:35 – 16:45 Case: construction robots

This Danish proptech believes that we can make better use of human potential if we’ll leave some labour-intensive construction jobs to robots. They are working on increasing efficiency and unleash the industry’s innovative potential
Asbjørn Søndergaard – Odico

16:45 – 17:05 Exoskeletons at a construction site

And still, we use humans for doing most physical jobs at a construction site. This US-based company is striving to protect worker’s health, boost their productivity and lower injury risks with a wearable, lightweight technology engineered to improve upper extremity musculoskeletal health
Joseph Zawaideh – Levitate

SIDE EVENTS

18.11.2010

10:30 – 11:00 Healthy Sonic Tech for the Built Environment

When places sound good, the flavor of living, working, learning, health can be smartly managed as is air and light.    Sonic experience is too often an afterthought or left entirely to users. MorrowSound aims to solve this problem with methods that integrate building and location specific information from various sources  and generate sonic solutions to support and enhance mood, relaxation and focus.  We present use cases of  children’s hospitals,  healthy cities and shared spaces, with their economic benefits.

Charlie Morrow – MorrowSound

12:30 – 13:30 Future Scenarios for the Built Environment

Digitalization and emerging technologies are rapidly changing the environment and the cities we live in. Augmented and virtual reality have added new layers to existing spaces while different apps have created various platforms to socialize in. How we understand and experience space is in constant flux. At the same time the climate crisis is becoming reality and the global pandemic is creating the New Normal we all live in.

How does the building industry respond to these global developments?
 
Future Scenarios for the Built Environment imagines four different urban stories to give alternate versions for the future reality. What is our preferred vision? What kind of future are we interested in creating?
 
Join us in the discussion with Dr. Anne Stenros and Eva Geitel, architect SAFA and panelists Matti Kuittinen, Senior Advisor at the Ministry of the Environment of Finland and Kaisa Schmidt-Thomén, Senior Expert from Demos Helsinki.

Future Scenarios for the Built Environment is part of Future is Now! lecture and workshop series funded by the Finnish Cultural Foundation (https://skr.fi/en).

Eva Geitel – HesaSafa

19.11.2010

12:30 – 13:30 Nordic PropTech Inititative quaterly discussion

Magnus Svantegård – Stronghold
Roger Toft – PropTech Sweden
Henrik Botten-Tauboll – PropTech Norway
Nadim Stub – Proptech Denmark
Mikael Långström – PropTech Finland
Tasha Tolmacheva – PropTech Finland
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