In this episode of Climatic: The Asia-Pacific Climate Technology Series, we take a look at how smart technologies aims to mitigate the considerable effects of the construction industry to the climate.

Also read: Making construction cleaner, greener, and more climate-friendly

Hosted by Linh Thai and featuring Christian Sanz, Founder and CEO of Skycatch; Thomas Abell, Chief of Digital Technology for Development at Asian Development Bank; Ricky Togashi, Global Head of Innovation at Komatsu; and Akinori Onodera, President at EarthBrain, this episode talks about:

  • How smart technologies can help lessen the adverse impact of the construction industry to the climate from planning to maintaining
  • The two largest weaknesses of the industry that smart construction can help address
  • Real-world cases on how currently available technology have helped ongoing projects lessen CO2 emissions

This episode also features Hara Wang, Head of Investments and Fund Partnerships at Third Derivative; and Daniel Hersson, Senior Fund Manager at ADB Ventures as they speak about investible opportunities in smart construction, why smart technologies are the way forward, and how Asia Pacific can be at the forefront of the smart construction revolution.

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The Climatic video series focusses on the innovators decarbonising the Asia-Pacific region’s construction industry and the industry leaders partnering with them to scale.

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Disclosure: This is video distributed by e27 sponsored by ADB Ventures.

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