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Property & Technology: 2018 A Year in Review

Over the course of the year property technology, or proptech in short – was omnipresent, with developers, investors and city shapers looking to capitalise on new innovations in order to transform the way we communicate, commute, consume and create. Technology has enhanced globalisation, provided market transparency as well as expedited business processes; all areas which have heavily benefitted the property sector.

The Windy City Welcomes Sustainability at Greenbuild

Halio also offers dynamic glazing solutions. Craig Henricksen, vice president of marketing at Kinestral, spoke about the potential of dynamic glazing in the residential sector. He said the residential market is harder to get into because it is more fragmented than the commercial market. According to Henricksen, once the product is more turnkey and efficient it could be viable as a residential product.

Taiwan’s green building technology attracts foreign investors

Taiwan's reputation as a force in green building technology is attracting the interest of foreign investors. Earlier this month, US startup Kinestral Technologies opened its first factory.

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Taiwan aims to become Asia’s green building hub

Oct 11, 2018

As Taiwan pushes hard to make its buildings more eco-friendly, homegrown companies are developing new technologies to help realise that vision. Green Energy Technology, Taiwan’s largest solar wafer manufacturer, has made breakthroughs with its latest product. Its new solar panel should help boost the island’s solar energy supply, by overcoming constraints of land and space.

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This Week in Tech

Oct 5, 2018

Hayward, Calif.–based Kinestral Technologies has opened its first factory in Taiwan, which will produce its Halio Smart-Tinting Glass panels in sizes up to 5 feet wide by 10 feet long. The 100,000-square-foot factory will join forces with Kinestral's existing manufacturing facility in California to meet global production demands.

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