Density & the Way forward for Actual Property | by Mark Suster
Practically six years in the past, I used to be thrilled to put money into Andrew Farah and the staff at Density after they had a imaginative and prescient for constructing nameless monitoring of how individuals use workplace buildings, leases and different public areas.
And at present, as the company announces their latest funding round of $125M at a $1B+ valuation, I’m nonetheless thrilled to again Density as they’re rising massively with clients like Uber, Shopify, Delta, and Cisco, amongst many others. Fairly merely, the information that Density gives — information that hasn’t been out there till now — is altering the best way corporations, actual property leaders and workers take into consideration and measure these main belongings.
I’m excited to share a brief dialog with Andrew about at present’s information and the place the corporate goes, which you’ll see here:
- Density’s progress and transition by the previous two years of a pandemic the place — seems! — figuring out the place individuals are in proximity, with out violating their privateness, is fairly vital
- How the information Density gives could make measurable impression on local weather change (since 39% of all emissions come from buildings)
- The vary of use circumstances for Density, now and sooner or later, from rethinking work patters to short-term rental monitoring to metropolis catastrophe planning
Please be part of me in congratulating the team on this newest milestone!