It makes sense. When it’s tried and true, there are no surprises.
But this also closes the door on progress and the chance to create new opportunities.
Our built world is a little like that. Struggling to keep up with the needs and expectations of a complex environment.
But this is changing.
A shift that is both exciting and challenging, with heightened expectations and new demands.
How will our organisations address climate change?
How are we managing compliance, regulation and data security?
How will we respond to new social demands for a better way to connect to the built world, enabled by technology?
How can we keep up with change and stay ahead of the curve?
The answers we need to these challenges and many more do exist. In fact, they exist in volumes!
However, these answers are currently trapped in silos, lost in the supply chain and locked away in clunky old systems.
Left in this state, we will continue to drive blind, paralysed to make decisions, unable to safeguard or even use the data that should be available at our fingertips.
It can seem to be an impossible challenge.
Or at least it was, until Willow.
Complemented by an ever expanding network of software branches, connecting two worlds: the built and the digital.
It is this pedigree, which has have enabled us to take on a bold mission.
To empower every person and every organisation to connect with the built world in a whole new way.
Changing the face of buildings and infrastructure forever.
Through Willow, “bricks and mortar” assets are transformed into living, learning and evolving systems.
At scale, the benefits of this change move beyond the commercial and extend into the social and environmental.