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How Robotics and Drones are Impacting Commercial Real Estate

As commercial real estate has grown more complex and competitive, owners and investors have looked for new ways to automate and streamline processes to get an edge on the competition. Robotics and drones are two technologies that are quickly making their way into the industry, and they are already having a big impact.

In particular, drones are being used to conduct aerial surveys of properties, which can save time and money compared to traditional methods. Drones can also be used to capture video and images of properties for marketing and advertising purposes. Additionally, drones can be used to inspect properties for damage or to assess progress on construction projects.

Robotics are also being used in commercial real estate in a number of ways. For example, robots are being used to automate the process of checking in guests at hotels. Robots are also being used to help manage facilities, such as by automatically delivering supplies to the correct locations. Additionally, robots are being used for security purposes, such as by detecting intruders or by monitoring traffic flow.

The use of robotics and drones in commercial real estate is still in its early days, and we can expect to see even more innovative applications in the future. For owners and investors, it is important to stay ahead of the curve and consider how these technologies can help them streamline their businesses.


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