It is already possible today for ‘the brain’ in buildings to organize the technical operation, communicate with the user and react to the user's needs. In 2030, using Blockchain technology, it will also be possible for some buildings to manage themselves almost completely on their own.
For example, a building will be able to detect technical defects, take precautions to prevent component failures and directly commission service technicians. Even invitations for tender for other facility management services can be handled by the building itself in 2030.
Pioneer districts can even control themselves. For example, if the system detects that there are impending tenant vacancies, it can take steps to remedy this itself.
These services are based on Blockchain technology, which will thus be established in the real estate sector in 2030. Distributed ledger technology will ensure consistency and confidence in this decentralized network. The use of an individual building ID, which is a separate IP address for the building, will make it possible for each building to be independent.